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Just under two weeks ago, we wrote about an Apple Safari bug that could allow rogue website operators to track you even if they gave every impression of not doing so, and even if you had strict privacy protection turned on. In fact, that vulnerability, now known as CVE-2022-22594, showed up in Safari because of […]

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Shortly after the discovery of the “root” bug plaguing Macs worldwide, Apple is faced with another embarrassing flaw in the newest version of its macOS. And it’s yet another password-centric vulnerability.

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Apple has released a series of updates for the iOS and OS X platforms, aimed at resolving a series of security vulnerabilities in both products. Published on Tuesday, the security advisory for the iOS update reveals a set of 13 patches included in the package, meant to resolve issues in Disk Images, IOHIDFamily, IOKit, Kernel, libxslt, […]

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