A new Amazon phishing scam doesn’t include links to click, but rather a telephone number to call: beware! Malvertizing takes advantage of a zero-day WebKit vulnerability to display deceptive ads, and serve malware. And Apple has set up a website for people to request the removal of activation lock on devices they own.
- Fraudulent Website Warning gets privacy boost in iOS 14.5
- Hash function (Wikipedia)
- Apple fixes bug that let users begin macOS Big Sur installation without enough space available
- Apple iBook Commercial circa 2000 (YouTube)
- Malvertiser abused WebKit zero-day to redirect iOS & macOS users to shady sites
- Spy pixels in emails have become endemic
- Gmail will now display images by default (2013)
- Apple Launches Self-Serve Portal for Initiating Activation Lock Removal Requests
- Microsoft to add ‘Kids Mode’ to Chromium-based Edge browser
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