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A new phishing campaign aimed at Apple users has been spotted by security researcher Bryan Campbell. It takes the form of a fake email supposedly sent by Apple Service, claiming that a “virus” has been detected in the company’s iTunes database, and that users need to “re-validate” their details to keep their iTunes account secure. […]

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Jun
2013

As Apple’s popularity grows, so does the desire among fraudsters to make money from the people who own the company’s devices. The cybercriminals are aiming to steal Apple ID data which provides access to users’ personal information stored in iCloud (e.g., photographs, contacts, documents, email, etc.) as well as to the purchases made in the […]

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It’s not yet the second Tuesday of the month — but already there are a good number of important updates that you should apply. (And one significant zero-day of which you should be aware.) First up: Flash! Adobe released an important update on November 6th (details here) that corrects seven vulnerabilities. Check your version here. […]

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