Apple has released security updates for OS X and iOS which, among other things, fix the FREAK flaw that may allow an attacker to decrypt secure communications between vulnerable clients and servers.
Apple has released the latest version of OS X Yosemite (v10.10.2) and the first security update (2015-001) for this year, and among the problems fixed is one affecting the CPU software, allowing malicious Thunderbolt devices to modify the host firmware if connected during an EFI update.
In the past few days, Google has released information about and proof-of-concept exploit code for three separate zero-day vulnerabilities affecting Apple's OS X operating system.
Microsoft open sourced the full server-side .NET stack and expanded .NET to run on the Linux and Mac OS platforms.
The news that Chinese Apple users have been targeted with an unprecedented type of malware that compromises both machines running OS X and devices running iOS has resounded across the Internet on Thursday.
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