Mobile security experts share their go-to advice for protecting iPhones from hackers, thieves, and fraudsters. 1 of 11 Now more than ever, we depend on smartphones to keep us connected to each other, to our employers, to our finances and healthcare providers. We use our phones to shop, bank, and access corporate applications and information.
The beta release of iOS 13.5 brings an updated FaceID so that users wearing masks can bypass facial recognition and unlock their phone with a code. Apple has updated its iOS software to simplify the process of unlocking newer iPhone models without relying on FaceID, which has become less effective for people who are wearing
The iPhone can now be used in lieu of a physical security key as a means of protecting Google accounts. Google today announced updates to its Advanced Protection Program (APP), including the option for Apple iPhone users to use their smartphone as a security key instead of buying a separate physical key. It’s also bringing
How criminals today bypass smartphone anti-theft protection and harvest AppleID and passwords taken from fake Apple servers.
The nature of spearphishing attacks has drastically evolved: We’ve moved from crudely written, poorly spelled scattergun operations to highly targeted campaigns that leverage knowledge about the victim to increase the attacker’s chances of success. Once a focused attack
A group of hacked websites has been silently compromising fully patched iPhones for at least two years, Project Zero reports. For at least two years, a small collection of hacked websites has been attacking iPhones in a massive campaign affecting thousands of devices, researchers with Google Project Zero report. These sites quietly infiltrated iPhones through