Apple is testing a new feature allowing users with Face ID iPhones to unlock them with their Apple Watch, if they’re wearing masks. There’s a vulnerability with the sudo command in various Unix distributions, including macOS. And we discuss how Apple’s privacy labels have been abused already by developers.
- iOS 14.5 adds support for unlocking your iPhone with Apple Watch while wearing a face mask
- About the security content of macOS Big Sur 11.2, Security Update 2021-001 Catalina, Security Update 2021-001 Mojave
- 10-year-old Sudo bug lets Linux users gain root-level access
- Recent root-giving Sudo bug also impacts macOS
- I checked Apple’s new privacy ‘nutrition labels.’ Many were false.
- Episode 166: Understanding Apple’s App Privacy Information
- Facebook prompt will encourage ad tracking opt-in ahead of Apple’s privacy push
- Google apps will stop using tracking ID that would require upcoming iOS 14 permission prompt
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