Since the beginning of Internet, notorious hackers keep showing up with different activities. Quite recently, a group of Britain-based hackers known as the Turkish Crime Family have made the headlines, as the group claims that they’ve managed to get their hands on 250 million iCloud accounts.
This malicious Word file marks the first time someone has attempted to compromise a Mac via macro abuse. While the malware isn’t particularly advance, there is no denying that macros are still highly effective when it comes to compromising a machine. Mac users should probably be extra vigilant when it comes to Word files from now on.
We’re not saying that APFS snapshots will be used in a future revision of Time Machine, but if you’re a betting person, now might be a good time to place your bets.
Italian hacker and security researcher Luca Tedesco promised an iOS 10 / 10.1.1 jailbreak release last week, and he kept his word. This came amid reports that Apple’s current operating system is difficult to penetrate. The jailbreak, which is built atop the exploit recently published by Google’s Project Zero, is now available for the public and can be downloaded.
With the demand for an iOS 10 jailbreak seemingly growing by the minute, renowned hacking entity still remains silent to date. However, a new report suggests that the release of a jailbreak tool could be closer than expected.
iOS device owners may want to be very careful about the links they receive as users are reporting that a video is going around that will crash iOS devices when viewed through Safari.