Apple’s Security Approach Endangers Users of macOS Big Sur & Catalina – Intego Mac Podcast Episode 234
Posted on April 7th, 2022 by Kirk McElhearn
Apple has issued new updates, but hasn’t patched two serious vulnerability for Big Sur and Catalina. We also look at a serious MailChimp data breach, and how AirTags are being used more for stalking.
- Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference returns in its all-online format
- Apple releases macOS 12.3.1, iOS 15.4.1, watchOS 8.5.1 and more
- PowerBook 500 (could use two batteries)
- Police Records Show Women Are Being Stalked With Apple AirTags Across the Country
- Watch out for phishing emails from genuine mailing lists, following Mailchimp hack
- Behold, a password phishing site that can trick even savvy users
- Apple Neglects to Patch Two Zero-Day, Wild Vulnerabilities for macOS Big Sur, Catalina
- iOS adoption
- Can your Mac run Monterey?
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