Apple’s Face ID biometric security feature sure seems faster in iOS 12, and now iPhone X customers can take advantage of an all-new Lock screen gesture to trigger a rescan of their face following an unsuccessful Face ID attempt.
As with all of Apple’s software updates, macOS Mojave includes a number of privacy and security enhancements. Among them is a new feature called Intelligent Tracking Prevention, which essentially makes it more difficult for data companies to track users.
Apple seems to have paired NFC technology with the Face ID or Touch ID to authenticate attendees’ digital WWDC 2018 passes in the Wallet app, marking the first time the Wallet pass has used NFC technology for access control.
Forget the eerie laugh. For a family in Portland, Oregon, an Amazon Echo device has become no laughing matter. Not only did one of the smart speakers in their home record their conversations, it also sent those recordings to someone without the family’s permission.
Launched today in the European Union and due globally by year-end, Apple’s new Data and Privacy portal lets you download an archive of your Apple ID data, update information Apple has on you, temporarily deactivate or permanently delete your Apple ID account, and more.
Teensafe, a mobile app that allows parents to monitor their kids’ phone usage has suffered a data breach. At least one server used by the app has leaked tens of thousands of accounts of both parents and children.
Here’s how to protect yourself from the EFAIL vulnerability in Apple Mail on both iOS and macOS. These temporary fixes come after the new vulnerability was discovered that allows hackers to derive decrypted plaintext from encrypted emails.
Newly discovered flaws in the HTML rendering engine in Apple Mail for iOS and macOS and the Mozilla Thunderbird email client allow unscrupulous individuals to extract decrypted plain text from S/MIME and PGP encrypted emails