Two new iPhones have been announced. According to Apple's presentation, the most common way to secure a device is with a passcode and about half of smartphone users do not use a passcode.
The long awaited unveiling of the upcoming iPhone 5S and 5C has provided the perfect lure for Facebook scammers.
As the moment when Apple is set to unveil its latest offerings slowly approaches and it seems almost sure they will show several version of iPhone 5, cyber scammers are trying to convince potential victims that they are the lucky ones who get one and a new iPad for free.
Do you ever think twice about using someone else's charger for recharging your iPhone? Well, you will now, as three Georgia Tech researchers have managed to install a piece of malware on an iPhone via a specially crafted charger.
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) of the U.S.
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