Making things easier for users is generally a good idea, but sometimes complicating a process could lead to increased security, and should be the preferred option.
Unpatched and end-of-life devices that are no longer supported by the manufacturer are much more prevalent than expected and create significant risk for corporate networks.
Malwarebytes researcher Adam Thomas has made an interesting discovery: an adware installer created by Genieo, a well-known distributor of unwanted software, is taking advantage of an OS X feature to access information stored in the "Safari Extension List" in the users' keychain.
Researchers from Palo Alto Networks and China-based WeipTech have unearthed a scheme that resulted in the largest known Apple account theft caused by malware.
While people widely use Apple devices for work, lack of security and management of those devices exposes companies to significant liabilities, according to a new survey by Dimensional Research.
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