Category Archives: ios

iOS Password Prompts are Ripe for Abuse

Apple’s password prompts for iOS devices are an easy target for phishing attacks to steal iTunes passwords and IDs.

Continue reading

Posted in Hacks, ios, iOS app, iOS Password Prompt, itunes, iTunes ID, Mobile Security, Phishing, Privacy, Security, UIAlertController | Comments Off on iOS Password Prompts are Ripe for Abuse

Wireless ‘BlueBorne’ Attacks Target Billions of Bluetooth Devices

Bluetooth attack vector, dubbed ‘BlueBorne’, leaves billions of smart Bluetooth devices open to attack including Android and Apple phones and millions more Linux-based smart devices.

Continue reading

Posted in Android, Armis, blueborne, BlueBorne attack, Bluetooth, BlueZ, ios, IoT, Linux, man-in-the-middle, Microsoft, Mobile Security, Pineapple, Privacy, RCE, Security, Vulnerabilities, windows vista | Comments Off on Wireless ‘BlueBorne’ Attacks Target Billions of Bluetooth Devices

Anonymous Messaging App Sarahah to Halt Collection of User Data With Next Update

The anonymous messaging app Sarahah says it plans to remove a feature that uploads users contacts, including phone numbers and email addresses to the company’s servers, in the next update.

Continue reading

Posted in Android, anonymity, Anonymous messaging app, google play, ios, iTunes App Store, Mobile Security, Privacy, Sarahah, Security | Comments Off on Anonymous Messaging App Sarahah to Halt Collection of User Data With Next Update