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Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a way to run malware on Apple’s iPhones, even when the device is switched off. A report published by the Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany details an exploit that takes advantage of the iPhone’s low-power mode (LPM) to track location and perform various malware attacks. LPM allows certain smartphone facilities […]

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Lots of iPhone users aren’t crazy about the iOS built-in browser, Safari, and prefer to use an alternative — Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or even something more exotic like DuckDuckGo, Brave or Microsoft Edge (yes, there’s Edge for iOS!). iPhone users who prefer alternative browsers might get lulled into thinking that the vulnerabilities in Safari […]

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If your smartphone gets stolen, the damage may extend further than the loss of the device itself; a thief can cause much more harm with your banking apps, important documents, and personal photos and videos. If you shore up your defenses beforehand, thieves will end up with a useless “brick” and no way to extract […]

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