A macOS security expert and former National Security Agency hacker has exposed a major shortcoming that generically affects many of these secondary defenses.
The serious and surprising root security bug in macOS High Sierra is back for some users, shortly after Apple declared it fixed.
In one of Apple’s biggest security blunders in years, a bug in macOS High Sierra allows untrusted users to gain administrative control without any password.
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.
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.