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Researchers Sam Curry, Brett Buerhaus, Ben Sadeghipour, Samuel Erb and Tanner Barnes decided in early July to take part in Apple’s bug bounty program and attempt to find as many vulnerabilities as possible in the tech giant’s systems and services. Between July 6 and October 6, they discovered and reported a total of 55 issues, […]

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Apple has released iOS 14, with a bucketload of new and improved functional features and a handful of privacy and security ones. New privacy and security features in iOS 14 The new iOS will tell you when an app is using your camera or microphone It will show an indicator dot (green for when camera […]

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The five bugs were found to affect macOS Catalina, with four of them also impacting iOS and iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS. The first two of the flaws are CVE-2020-9884 and CVE-2020-9889, two out-of-bounds write issues, while the remaining three, namely CVE-2020-9888, CVE-2020-9890 and CVE-2020-9891, are out-of-bounds read flaws. All of the vulnerabilities could be exploited […]

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