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Security news updates from the last week

 September 8, 2012

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AntiSec collects 12 million Apple UDIDs from hacked FBI laptop, FBI denies it! AntiSec, a hacker group associated with Anonymous, claimed to have gotten their hands on 12 million Apple UDIDs from a hacked FBI laptop. They published 1 million of these IDs to validate their claim. However, the FBI...

Latest security news from the last week

 August 10, 2012

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Tech journalist blames Amazon and Apple for hack Mat Honan, formerly of Gizmodo, saw all his accounts hacked and devices wiped clean this week thanks to some elementary flaws in Amazon’s and Apple’s support systems. Anyone interested in security should read details about this ‘epic hacking‘. Apparently, all the hacker...

Apple patches iOS interception flaw

 July 27, 2011

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Apple on Monday issued a new patch that fixes a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to spoof an X.509 certificate used to encrypt web sessions on 4.3.4 iOS devices. The vulnerability is related to the way Apple validates X.509 certificates and can undermine Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Transport...

Apple Releases OS X 10.6.8 Supplemental Update

 July 25, 2011

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‘Lion’ may be the new leader of the Mac OS X pride, but Apple has not forgotten about Snow Leopard users. On Monday, the company released Mac OS X 10.6.8 Supplemental Update and Mac OS X 10.6.8 Server Supplemental Update which offer fixes and patches for minor Snow Leopard and...

OS X Lion: What’s new in Security

 July 22, 2011

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Once you are done with the online installation experience and seen the upside-down mouse gestures and all the other bling that comes as part of OS X Lion, it is time to look at what has changed from the security point of view. Lion provides some significant security improvements. An...