Unknown malware pushers have managed to trick Apple into offering for download from the company's official App Store a considerable number of malicious apps.
Unknown malware pushers have managed to trick Apple into offering for download from the company's official App Store a considerable number of malicious apps - apps that collect device information and try to get users' iCloud login credentials.
Apple has released iOS 9. Along with many new and improved security and privacy features, fixes for a bucketload of security vulnerabilities have been included in this latest version of the company's mobile OS.
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.
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