Apple has introduced the latest versions of its M2 chips, and updated three Mac models. They also surprised everyone with a new, full-sized HomePod. We also look at brand-based phishing, Google’s AirTag clones, and a trifecta of stories about instant messaging apps.
- FBI: Cyber Criminals Impersonating Brands Using Search Engine Ad Services to Defraud Users
- Google plans AirTag clone, will track devices with 3 billion Android phones
- iPhones and iPads Now Require a Passcode on Every Backup/Sync
- iOS Backup Passcode Prompt
- CVE-2022-32929 – Bypass iOS backup’s TCC protection
- U.S. Supreme Court Allows WhatsApp to Sue NSO Group
- Facebook sues NSO Group for WhatsApp spyware attack (2019)
- Researchers allege that Threema is riddled with theoretical vulnerabilities
- Statement on ETH Findings
- Rogue Telegram insider allegedly offers server access to Dark Web customers
- Apple Announces M2 Pro & M2 Max Chips, New MacBook Pros, New Mac mini, and New HomePod
- How to choose the right Mac for your use case in 2023
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