The music-recognition app that Apple bought for $400 million is removing Facebook Ads, DoubleClick, Facebook Analytics and more.
There are no permission dialogues for apps in certain folders for macOS Mojave, which allows a malicious app to spy on browsing histories..
Apple’s iOS 12.1.4 fixes a FaceTime bug that made headlines last week.
A researcher who discovered a flaw letting him steal passwords in MacOS is not sharing his findings with Apple without a macOS bug bounty program.
From Facebook’s research app being pulled from iOS devices to a new-found dump of compromised credentials, here are the top news of the week.
A day after Facebook was dinged for shady iOS distribution techniques of its data-collecting research app, Google was discovered using the same methods for its own app.
Another one of Facebook’s apps has been banned from Apple’s ecosystem due to the level of data that it collects and how it was distributed.
The bug allows iPhone users to FaceTime other iOS users and eavesdrop on their conversations – even when the other end of the line doesn’t pick up.
The attack makes use of previously disclosed critical vulnerabilities in the Apple Safari web browser and iOS.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has called on the government to double down on data privacy regulation in 2019.