Yosemite

In-the-wild attack exploits unpatched OS X zero-day vulnerability

A serious Mac OS X zero-day vulnerability, made public by security researcher, is being actively exploited in the wild.


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Apple criticised for not patching OS X Yosemite against zero-day vulnerability

Apple fixed a serious vulnerability in the beta of OS X El Capitan, but hasn’t issued a patch for OS X Yosemite users.

Should you be concerned that a security researcher has now published proof-of-concept exploit code?

Read more in my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.


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Spotlight Suggestions in OS X Yosemite and iOS. Are you staying private?

Concerns are raised that OS X Yosemite is precise details of users’ locations and their search terms back to Apple… and others.

Learn what to do about it, in my article for the Intego Mac Security blog.


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Take that FBI! OS X Yosemite encrypts disks by default, better protecting privacy

With the release of OS X Yosemite, Apple has blown a loud raspberry in the direction of law enforcement agencies and data thieves round the world.

Learn more by reading my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.


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