MacRumors published a story that the first malware running natively on M1 Chip has been discovered.
MacRumors published a story that Malwarebytes today shared its 2021 State of Malware Report.
MacRumors published a story that macOS Big Sur is affected by the sudo bug that was discovered last week.
MacRumors published a story that a new iOS Wi-Fi exploit could have let hackers remotely access nearby iPhones.
MacRumors published a story that Apple's T2 security chip is vulnerable to attack via USB-C.
9to5Mac published a story that security researchers have confirmed speculation that the T2 security chip on modern Macs can be hacked.
Microsoft has announced new security update for Microsoft Office for Mac.
MacRumors published a story that a new Mac malware is in the wild that targets Xcode projects.
9to5Mac published a story that major security flaws has been found in Thunderbolt found, affecting machines with both standalone Thunderbolt ports and USB-C ports.
MacRumors published a story that a vulnerability in the mail app of macOS exists that leave encrypted emails readable
Techradar reports that a Zero-day vulnerability in the newly released macOS High Sierra can be leveraged to grab all passwords from the macOS keychain
Microsoft has released security updates for both Office for Mac 2011 and Office 2016 for Mac
V3 reports that a new vulnerability has been found in OS X Yosemite security update
Techradar posted a story that Apple Mac owners have come under attack from a zero-day vulnerability that has the potential to be exploited without needing the system password
Disclosures provide enough detail for skilled hackers to write their own exploits.
F-Secure warns of targeted attacks to steal sensitive data from Apple users
Apple on Tuesday made it clear that it will no longer patch OS X 10.6, aka Snow Leopard, when it again declined to offer a security update for the four-and-a-half-year-old operating system.
Despite settings to the contrary, plaintext messages stored on IMAP servers.
Adobe Systems released security updates for Flash Player, AIR and ColdFusion to fix critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to take control of affected systems or read information from servers without authorization
An iOS 7 user has discovered a worrying security flaw within the software, which enables calls to be made while the iPhone is locked
Temporary "fix it" plugs remote execution hole being used in targeted attacks.
Microsoft has published the second round of today's security updates:
Polish security firm Security Explorations has discovered two new vulnerabilities in Java
A buffer overflow could occur in VideoLAN's VLC cross-platform multimedia player when attempting to parse a specially crafted advanced systems format (ASF) movie, a researcher reported
Developers at Mozilla have pushed out the latest build of their flagship Firefox browser, fixing several security and stability issues for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android platforms
Techradar published a tutorial about protecting your Mac from malware
The Inquirer posted a story that Oracle has released a Java security update for OS X
Intego has discovered a new Apple Mac Trojan called OSX/Crisis
Apple Insider reports that a new form of browser-based cross-platform malware can give hackers remote access to computers running Apple's OS X, Microsoft's Windows, and even Linux.
Security firm Symantec previously estimated that the authors of the Flashback malware that affected hundreds of thousands of Macs at its peak could have been generating up to 10,000 per day by hijacking users' ad clicks.
Microsoft has detected a new piece of malware targeting Apple OS X computers that exploits a vulnerability in the Office productivity suite patched nearly three years ago.
Kaspersky says Apple needs to change its approach to updates and patches for its machines
Apple's usually flawless reputation as a computing company that doesn't have to worry about the threat of viruses looks to be in doubt.
Compromised Wordpress web sites have been sending visitors to malware hosts that infect Mac OS X systems with the Flashback Trojan, security outfit Kaspersky Lab has reported.
Analysis declaring the demise of the Flashback Mac backdoor has been greatly exaggerated, said researchers with a Russia-based antivirus firm, who on late Friday estimated there are 650,000 unique OS X machines currently infected by the malware.
The success of the Flashback Trojan means a new era in Mac security. But don't panic -- here's what Flashback's spread means and what you need to know and do.
The rise of the infamous MacDefender malware in 2011 has set an example cyber criminals are likely to follow in the coming year.
Adobe has released patches for a string of critical vulnerabilities in Flash on all of the major supported platforms
Researchers have discovered a series of variants of the DevilRobber Mac OS X Trojan that have a menu of different capabilities, depending upon the strain, and can not only mine Bitcoins using the infected machine's processing power, but also steals files, installs a Web proxy and may steal the user's Safari browsing history.
The Linux-based Tsunami backdoor trojan has made its way over to the Mac, according to security firm ESET. The company posted to its blog (hat tip to Macworld) that a Mac-specific variant, OSX/Tsunami.
Threatpost reports that iTunes 10.5 fixes nearly 80 bugs
Threatpost reports that researchers have come across a sample of an OS X-based Trojan that disguises itself as a PDF file
Microsoft has released the following updates for Mac: Open XML File Format Converter for Mac 1.2.1, Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac 12.3.1 Update, and Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac 11.6.5 Update
PC World posted a story that Apple is rolling out an OS X patch to deal with the DigiNotar threat.
Threadpost reports that the maintainers of the PHP scripting language are warning users about a serious crypto problem in the latest release and advising them not to upgrade to PHP 5.3.7 until the bug is resolved.
V3.co.uk posted a news story that Apple networks are almost trivial to compromise, according to researchers
Security researcher Charlie Miller, widely known for his work on Mac OS X and Apple's iOS, has discovered an interesting method that enables him to completely disable the batteries on Apple laptops, making them permanently unusable, and perform a number of other unintended actions.
The appearance of the MacDefender trojan back in May provoked a lot of back-and-forth between various tech writers
French security firm Intego, which is known for its Mac OS X antivirus software, today released the first malware-scanning app for the iPhone and iPad.
Antivirus firm Intego today reported that it has discovered a new variant of the "MACDefender" malware that ups the ante by not requiring an administrator password for installation.