Apple patches FaceTime flaw and two exploited zero-days in new security update
The security patch squashes the widely-publicized FaceTime bug that allowed attackers to spy on others via audio and video.
FBI director: Without compromise on encryption, legislation may be the 'remedy'
FBI Director Christopher Wray said Wednesday that unless the U.S. government and private industry are able to come to a compromise on the issue of strong encryption and backdoors, legislation may be how the debate is ultimately decided.
Mysterious malware campaign targets just 13 iPhones in India
An application-warping malware campaign in India is aimed at just 13 iPhones in what Cisco's researchers are calling a “highly targeted” operation.
Apple's iOS 11.4.1 blocks tools governments use to crack open iPhones
After months of hints and restarts, Apple has included a key new security feature in the newly released iOS 11.4.1: USB Restricted Mode.
Apple corrects the record on reported iPhone vulnerability
The brute force comes at a time when the debate over law enforcement unlocking iPhones is flaring up once again.