A security researcher found a bug that could have been exploited to reveal a target's IP address.
A pseudonymous developer created a serial code generator for their MacOS virtualization project, which can mimic real Macs by the thousands.
A security researcher found one of the first examples of malware written to run natively on Apple's M1 processors.
Apple rewarded the researchers for finding some very serious bugs in the company's websites. But for some, the researchers should have been paid more.
Buried in MacOS is a font with a design reminiscent of hieroglyphics that only appears when the operating system can’t find the right character. Most characters aren’t visible to the average user—but if you can find them, they’re pretty fascinating.
A security researcher who specializes in MacOS found a way to hack users who would double click on a Microsoft Office file, with no need for any other interaction.
A new bug allows anyone to listen in on your iPhone and, for now, there's no fix.
Despite their reputation, Mac computers have bugs, vulnerabilities, and even malware targeted at them. With their rising popularity in the workplace, it’s “the perfect” time for a Mac-only security conference.
Hackers could have snuck malware past several popular third-party Mac security tools thanks to a mistake in how the tools were implementing Apple digital certificate APIs.
Building cross-platform games just got a little riskier thanks to Apple.
If you use the Signal desktop app, be careful with your notification settings.