Silver Sparrow malware has been found targeting Macs, including Apple’s new M1 models, but we don’t know what the malware is trying to do. Apple has started going after App Store subscription scams, patches an iCloud website vulnerability, will make “zero-click” attacks harder to carry out in iOS. And, yes, we have some good news for Android users.
- Galaxy products launched since 2019, including the Z, S, Note, A, M, XCover and Tab series, will now receive at least four years of security updates
- New browser-tracking hack works even when you flush caches or go incognito
- Firefox 86 Introduces Total Cookie Protection
- Apple cracks down on apps with ‘irrationally high prices’ as App Store scams are exposed
- How to manage iTunes Store and App Store Subscriptions
- Apple Is Going to Make It Harder to Hack iPhones With Zero-Click Attacks
- Stored XSS bug in Apple iCloud domain disclosed by bug bounty hunter
- Silver Sparrow: 40,000 Macs Infected by Mysterious M1-native Malware
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