Does every device in your home really need to be connected to the internet? And could it be turned against you? If you try to purchase a new appliance these days, there is a good chance you will be guided toward the most up-to-date, state-of-the-art, smart appliances first. Whether you are in the market for … More Is your dishwasher trying to kill you?
The bug is under active exploitation by unknown attackers and affects a wide range of devices, including iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches. Apple has released an emergency update for its iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS operating systems to patch a zero-day security flaw that is being actively exploited in the wild. The vulnerability affects multiple models … More Apple rushes to patch zero‑day flaw in iOS, iPadOS
The malware can grab login credentials for more than 450 apps and bypass SMS-based two-factor authentication. Cybercriminals are attempting to take advantage of the popularity of Clubhouse to deliver malware that aims to steal users’ login information for a variety of online services, ESET malware researcher Lukas Stefanko has found. Disguised as the (as yet non-existent) Android … More Beware Android trojan posing as Clubhouse app
A pair of vulnerabilities in the default email app on iOS devices is believed to have been exploited against high-profile targets. Apple’s iOS Mail app, which comes pre-installed on all iOS devices, has been found to contain two severe security vulnerabilities that, if exploited, could enable hackers to steal the victims’ data. In fact, the … More iOS Mail app flaws may have left iPhone users vulnerable for years
And it doesn’t require much more than downloading a dedicated app. Last year, Google made it possible for most Android users to use their phone as a physical security key for their Google accounts. Fast forward a few months and most iPhone users receive the same option. According to Google’s blog post yesterday, the feature was introduced with an … More You can now turn your iPhone into a Google security key