The iPhone-maker announced the ‘Sign in with Apple’ API, and restrictions on location-tracking.
Apple 0-Day allows hackers to mimic mouse-clicks to allow malicious behavior on macOS Majove, despite mitigations.
A new way of tracking mobile users creates a globally unique device fingerprint that browsers and other protections can’t stop.
A massive update addresses the breadth of the computing giant’s product portfolio.
After facing criticism for removing or restricting several parental control apps over the past year, Apple cited security and privacy reasons.
A unique identifier is enabled by default on every iPhone that’s shipped, allowing advertisers to follow the phone’s activity across the web.
The U.S-focused eGobbler malvertising attacks are exploiting an unpatched Google Chrome bug.
Apple patched more than 50 flaws in iOS 12.2, including an array of bugs in Webkit and a vulnerability that allows apps to secretly listen to users.
Google Project Zero researchers detailed a new high-severity macOS flaw after Apple failed to patch it by the 90-day disclosure deadline.
The music-recognition app that Apple bought for $400 million is removing Facebook Ads, DoubleClick, Facebook Analytics and more.