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Cyber attack of Apple exposes online risks for brands

Cyber attack of Apple exposes online risks for brands | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
The recent spate of high-profile hackings of global organisations means brands must implement robust security measures
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Immune No More: An Apple Story

Immune No More: An Apple Story | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
For a very long time, Apple and its pseudo-religious user-base prided itself on being a platform free of malware; those days are inarguably and unequivocally over. Its emergence as the early winner...
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Wirklich Apple? Diese geheime Karte versteckt sich auf Ihrem iPhone | #Privacy #Tracking

Wirklich Apple? Diese geheime Karte versteckt sich auf Ihrem iPhone | #Privacy #Tracking | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Dass Apple Benutzer-Daten speichert, war wahrscheinlich vielen Nutzern bewusst. Doch das iPhone archiviert sogar ganze Bewegungsprofile. Gesichert werden dabei Ihre häufig besuchten Orte.

 

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Dass Apple Benutzer-Daten speichert, war wahrscheinlich vielen Nutzern bewusst. Doch das iPhone archiviert sogar ganze Bewegungsprofile. Gesichert werden dabei Ihre häufig besuchten Orte.

 

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Uber app can silently record iPhone screens, researcher finds | #Apple #Privacy #Apps

Uber app can silently record iPhone screens, researcher finds | #Apple #Privacy #Apps | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Uber has said it will remove code from its iPhone app that security researchers say could let the ride-sharing app record the screen -- even when the app is closed.

Will Strafach, a security researcher, discovered this week that Uber had been granted an undocumented private app permission allowing access to the screen-recording feature. It's one of many "entitlements" that allow developers to tap into features of an iPhone or iPad that are normally off limits to most app developers, unless they have been granted special permission by Apple.

Many screen-recording apps use this entitlement without permission, such as iRec, which run on jailbroken devices.

Strafach said that to his knowledge, based on thousands of app binaries he has indexed, Uber is the only third-party app that was given a private entitlement.

Other iPhone and iPad app developers said the move was unprecedented.

Apple expert and jailbreak author Luca Todesco told ZDNet that it was an "extremely dangerous use case."

 

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Uber has said it will remove code from its iPhone app that security researchers say could let the ride-sharing app record the screen -- even when the app is closed.

Will Strafach, a security researcher, discovered this week that Uber had been granted an undocumented private app permission allowing access to the screen-recording feature. It's one of many "entitlements" that allow developers to tap into features of an iPhone or iPad that are normally off limits to most app developers, unless they have been granted special permission by Apple.

Many screen-recording apps use this entitlement without permission, such as iRec, which run on jailbroken devices.

Strafach said that to his knowledge, based on thousands of app binaries he has indexed, Uber is the only third-party app that was given a private entitlement.

Other iPhone and iPad app developers said the move was unprecedented.

Apple expert and jailbreak author Luca Todesco told ZDNet that it was an "extremely dangerous use case."

 

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Urgent! Update your Mac again, right now… | #CyberSecurity #Apple #NobodyIsPerfect #FSCD

Urgent! Update your Mac again, right now… | #CyberSecurity #Apple #NobodyIsPerfect #FSCD | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
It’s only eight days since Apple’s latest and greatest macOS 10.13 release, better known as High Sierra.

But the first security update has already come out, and we suggest you apply it urgently.

The update is called High Sierra 10.13 Supplemental Update, detailed in the security advistory APPLE-SA-2017-10-05-1.

 

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It’s only eight days since Apple’s latest and greatest macOS 10.13 release, better known as High Sierra.

But the first security update has already come out, and we suggest you apply it urgently.

The update is called High Sierra 10.13 Supplemental Update, detailed in the security advistory APPLE-SA-2017-10-05-1.

 

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Les mises à jour de sécurité du système d’amorçage des Mac sont défaillantes | #Apple #CyberSecurity

Les mises à jour de sécurité du système d’amorçage des Mac sont défaillantes | #Apple #CyberSecurity | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Dans de nombreux cas, le système EFI des Mac reste vulnérable même si l’on télécharge toutes les mises à jour proposées par Apple. Les utilisateurs concernés peuvent donc être la cible d’attaques Thunderstrike, particulièrement néfastes.

Vous avez un Mac totalement patché et vous vous sentez en sécurité ? Voici une étude qui risque de vous faire déchanter. Les chercheurs en sécurité Rich Smith et Pepjin Bruienne de la société Duo ont analysé le niveau de sécurité du système d’amorçage EFI de 73.324 ordinateurs Mac et – surprise – celui-ci est loin d’être toujours à la hauteur des espérances.

 

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Dans de nombreux cas, le système EFI des Mac reste vulnérable même si l’on télécharge toutes les mises à jour proposées par Apple. Les utilisateurs concernés peuvent donc être la cible d’attaques Thunderstrike, particulièrement néfastes.

Vous avez un Mac totalement patché et vous vous sentez en sécurité ? Voici une étude qui risque de vous faire déchanter. Les chercheurs en sécurité Rich Smith et Pepjin Bruienne de la société Duo ont analysé le niveau de sécurité du système d’amorçage EFI de 73.324 ordinateurs Mac et – surprise – celui-ci est loin d’être toujours à la hauteur des espérances.

 

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Des failles EFI pour près de 5% des Mac | #Apple #CyberSecurity

Des failles EFI pour près de 5% des Mac | #Apple #CyberSecurity | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it

Apple a mal à son EFI. Duo Security a mené une analyse au longs cours concernant l’Extensible Firmware Interface — le programme de démarrage — de 73 000 Mac et surprise, même si des mises à jour de macOS y sont régulièrement appliquées, un certain nombre d’entre eux restent vulnérables à des attaques. La faute à des EFI qui ne sont pas à jour malgré l’application d’une version toute neuve du système d’exploitation.

Dans l’étude, c’est le cas pour 4,2% des machines : 47 des Mac analysés sont susceptibles d’être infectés via la faille Thunderstrike datant de 2014, 31 autres ordinateurs sont vulnérables à la faille Thunderstrike 2 et au “tournevis sonique” mis au point par la CIA (des attaques qui nécessitent toutefois un accès physique aux ordinateurs). Plus inquiétant, 43% des iMac 21,5 pouces lancés fin 2015 se montrent sensibles à ces failles.

 

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Apple a mal à son EFI. Duo Security a mené une analyse au longs cours concernant l’Extensible Firmware Interface — le programme de démarrage — de 73 000 Mac et surprise, même si des mises à jour de macOS y sont régulièrement appliquées, un certain nombre d’entre eux restent vulnérables à des attaques. La faute à des EFI qui ne sont pas à jour malgré l’application d’une version toute neuve du système d’exploitation.

Dans l’étude, c’est le cas pour 4,2% des machines : 47 des Mac analysés sont susceptibles d’être infectés via la faille Thunderstrike datant de 2014, 31 autres ordinateurs sont vulnérables à la faille Thunderstrike 2 et au “tournevis sonique” mis au point par la CIA (des attaques qui nécessitent toutefois un accès physique aux ordinateurs). Plus inquiétant, 43% des iMac 21,5 pouces lancés fin 2015 se montrent sensibles à ces failles.

 

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iOS 11.0.1: Update behebt Probleme und bringt Verbesserungen | #Apple #CyberSecurity #Updates #NobodyIsPerfect

iOS 11.0.1: Update behebt Probleme und bringt Verbesserungen | #Apple #CyberSecurity #Updates #NobodyIsPerfect | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Apple liefert mit iOS 11.0.1 das erste Update seines neuen mobilen Betriebssystems aus. Es behebt Probleme und bringt Verbesserungen mit sich.

 

Apple hat das neue mobile Betriebssystem iOS 11 gerade einmal vor einer Woche offiziell in Umlauf gebracht. Nun schiebt das Unternehmen mit iOS 11.0.1 bereits ein Update hinterher. Es soll Probleme beheben und für Verbesserungen in der Bedienung sorgen. Die Update-Datei hat eine Größe zwischen 280 MB und 290 MB, je nach iPhone-Modell.

 

Mit der Version 11.0.1 werden anscheinend auch Sicherheitslücken geschlossen, da sie auf der Support-Seite von Apple als Sicherheits-Update gelistet ist. Welche Schwachstellen geschlossen worden sind, ist nicht bekannt. Apple hat diesbezüglich noch keine Informationen veröffentlicht.

 

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Apple liefert mit iOS 11.0.1 das erste Update seines neuen mobilen Betriebssystems aus. Es behebt Probleme und bringt Verbesserungen mit sich.

 

Apple hat das neue mobile Betriebssystem iOS 11 gerade einmal vor einer Woche offiziell in Umlauf gebracht. Nun schiebt das Unternehmen mit iOS 11.0.1 bereits ein Update hinterher. Es soll Probleme beheben und für Verbesserungen in der Bedienung sorgen. Die Update-Datei hat eine Größe zwischen 280 MB und 290 MB, je nach iPhone-Modell.

 

Mit der Version 11.0.1 werden anscheinend auch Sicherheitslücken geschlossen, da sie auf der Support-Seite von Apple als Sicherheits-Update gelistet ist. Welche Schwachstellen geschlossen worden sind, ist nicht bekannt. Apple hat diesbezüglich noch keine Informationen veröffentlicht.

 

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I'll never use Apple's Face ID | #Privacy

I'll never use Apple's Face ID | #Privacy | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
“People were handling the device for the stage demo ahead of time and didn’t realize Face ID was trying to authenticate their face," the rep told Yahoo. "After failing a number of times, because they weren’t Craig [Federighi], the iPhone did what it was designed to do, which was to require his passcode." 

Theres's a few things to unpack in that statement. The spokesperson is copping to the fact that the iPhone X frequently scans faces in search of a match. This semi "always on" nature of Face ID is a huge red flag for privacy experts. What's more, if even Apple employees can't figure out how to handle the phone without locking out their boss on the company's biggest day of the year then clearly there's a usability issue.

This, combined with the security and privacy one must forfeit in order to use the technology, is more than enough to turn me off to the supposed revolution that Face ID represents. A password, at its core, is supposed to protect your data from a wide range of threats while still being practical. The latest offering from Apple just doesn't cut it.  

 

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People were handling the device for the stage demo ahead of time and didn’t realize Face ID was trying to authenticate their face," the rep told Yahoo. "After failing a number of times, because they weren’t Craig [Federighi], the iPhone did what it was designed to do, which was to require his passcode." 

Theres's a few things to unpack in that statement. The spokesperson is copping to the fact that the iPhone X frequently scans faces in search of a match. This semi "always on" nature of Face ID is a huge red flag for privacy experts. What's more, if even Apple employees can't figure out how to handle the phone without locking out their boss on the company's biggest day of the year then clearly there's a usability issue.

This, combined with the security and privacy one must forfeit in order to use the technology, is more than enough to turn me off to the supposed revolution that Face ID represents. A password, at its core, is supposed to protect your data from a wide range of threats while still being practical. The latest offering from Apple just doesn't cut it.  

 

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No, Apple's Face ID Is Not A 'Secure Password' | #Apple #Privacy #NobodyIsPerfect

No, Apple's Face ID Is Not A 'Secure Password' | #Apple #Privacy #NobodyIsPerfect | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Could you prevent someone stealing your iPhone X? According to Apple's software engineering chief Craig Federighi, there are two mitigation options: don't stare at the phone (Face ID is 'attention aware' so only unlocks after eye contact) or grip to press buttons on both sides of the device to temporarily deactivate face recognition.

Both require an optimistic -- even unrealistic -- response to being confronted by a criminal or cop, a scary situation where your adrenaline is pumping and you might not have the presence of mind to remember to disable Face ID. And is it worth risking your life if a mugger with a knife or gun orders you to unlock your phone?

As Schiller correctly stated, "There's no perfect system, not even biometric ones." That still doesn't answer the question of whether biometrics are more secure though.

 

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Could you prevent someone stealing your iPhone X? According to Apple's software engineering chief Craig Federighi, there are two mitigation options: don't stare at the phone (Face ID is 'attention aware' so only unlocks after eye contact) or grip to press buttons on both sides of the device to temporarily deactivate face recognition.

Both require an optimistic -- even unrealistic -- response to being confronted by a criminal or cop, a scary situation where your adrenaline is pumping and you might not have the presence of mind to remember to disable Face ID. And is it worth risking your life if a mugger with a knife or gun orders you to unlock your phone?

As Schiller correctly stated, "There's no perfect system, not even biometric ones." That still doesn't answer the question of whether biometrics are more secure though.

 

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Apple's macOS High Sierra will launch with a major security hole | #Apple #CyberSecurity #NobodyIsPerfect

Apple's macOS High Sierra will launch with a major security hole | #Apple #CyberSecurity #NobodyIsPerfect | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Just hours before Apple is expected to roll out the new version of its desktop and notebook operating system, macOS High Sierra, a security researcher dropped a zero-day.

Patrick Wardle, a former NSA hacker who now serves as chief security researcher at ‎Synack, posted a video of the hack -- a password exfiltration exploit -- in action.

Passwords are stored in the Mac's Keychain, which typically requires a master login password to access the vault.

But Wardle has shown that the vulnerability allows an attacker to grab and steal every password in plain-text using an unsigned app downloaded from the internet, without needing that password.

Wardle tested the exploit on High Sierra, but said that older versions of macOS and OS X are also vulnerable.

He tweeted a short video demonstrating the hack.

 

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Just hours before Apple is expected to roll out the new version of its desktop and notebook operating system, macOS High Sierra, a security researcher dropped a zero-day.

Patrick Wardle, a former NSA hacker who now serves as chief security researcher at ‎Synack, posted a video of the hack -- a password exfiltration exploit -- in action.

Passwords are stored in the Mac's Keychain, which typically requires a master login password to access the vault.

But Wardle has shown that the vulnerability allows an attacker to grab and steal every password in plain-text using an unsigned app downloaded from the internet, without needing that password.

Wardle tested the exploit on High Sierra, but said that older versions of macOS and OS X are also vulnerable.

He tweeted a short video demonstrating the hack.

 

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Some Mac users are getting hit with ransomware -- here's what to do | #CyberSecurity #Apple 

Some Mac users are getting hit with ransomware -- here's what to do | #CyberSecurity #Apple  | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Several Mac users are complaining about getting locked out of their computers for a bitcoin ransom.

 

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Several Mac users are complaining about getting locked out of their computers for a bitcoin ransom.

 

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iOS 11 : coupés via le centre de contrôle, Wi-Fi et Bluetooth restent actifs | #Apple #Privacy #Tracking

iOS 11 : coupés via le centre de contrôle, Wi-Fi et Bluetooth restent actifs | #Apple #Privacy #Tracking | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it

Apple confirme bien ce comportement qu'il n'associe pas à un bug. L'iPhone a en fait régulièrement besoin d'utiliser ce type de...

 

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Apple confirme bien ce comportement qu'il n'associe pas à un bug. L'iPhone a en fait régulièrement besoin d'utiliser ce type de...

 

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Creepy spyware has infected Macs for years, and we're only just realizing it now | #Apple #CyberSecurity

Creepy spyware has infected Macs for years, and we're only just realizing it now | #Apple #CyberSecurity | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
A researcher discovered malware dubbed Fruitfly that he thinks was designed for "probably perverse reasons."

 

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A researcher discovered malware dubbed Fruitfly that he thinks was designed for "probably perverse reasons."

 

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Mac OSX Trojan malware spread via compromised software downloads | #CyberSecurity #Apple 

Mac OSX Trojan malware spread via compromised software downloads | #CyberSecurity #Apple  | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Supply-chain attack saw data-stealing Proton RAT loaded into legitimate downloads of Elmedia Player and Folx applications by Eltima Software.

 

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Supply-chain attack saw data-stealing Proton RAT loaded into legitimate downloads of Elmedia Player and Folx applications by Eltima Software.

 

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Watch out for these high-pressure Apple malware scams | #CyberSecurity #Awareness #FSCD

Watch out for these high-pressure Apple malware scams | #CyberSecurity #Awareness #FSCD | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
We noticed a lull in recent months in emails and web pages that SHOUT THAT YOUR MAC IS INFECTED and then offer free advice on what to do next – “free” advice that you should urgently buy a product to remove a threat that doesn’t exist, that is.

But, then it happened.

Like the proverbial buses that keep you waiting for ages and then three come along at once…

…we visited an innocent-sounding website yesterday, only to be bombarded with three different Apple-focused scams in quick succession.

 

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We noticed a lull in recent months in emails and web pages that SHOUT THAT YOUR MAC IS INFECTED and then offer free advice on what to do next – “free” advice that you should urgently buy a product to remove a threat that doesn’t exist, that is.

But, then it happened.

Like the proverbial buses that keep you waiting for ages and then three come along at once…

…we visited an innocent-sounding website yesterday, only to be bombarded with three different Apple-focused scams in quick succession.

 

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iPhone’s new “off” switch that leaves Bluetooth and Wi-Fi turned on | #Apple #Privacy #Datenschutz

iPhone’s new “off” switch that leaves Bluetooth and Wi-Fi turned on | #Apple #Privacy #Datenschutz | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
To be fair to Apple, this behaviour is officially documented in Apple support article HT208086, entitled Use Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in Control Center with iOS 11, but in our opinion, you’d be forgiven for thinking that those those grey “off” icons on the Control Centre screen really meant “off”.

As the support article explains it, “off” in this context means something much more nebulous, namely:

Both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth will continue to be available, so you can use these important features: AirDrop, AirPlay, Apple Pencil, Apple Watch, Continuity features, like Handoff and Instant Hotspot, Instant Hotspot and Location Services.
Curiously, the support article also documents that both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth will automatically come back on when one of these happens:

You walk or drive to a new location. (Wi-Fi only.)
It’s 05:00 local time.
You restart your device.

 

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To be fair to Apple, this behaviour is officially documented in Apple support article HT208086, entitled Use Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in Control Center with iOS 11, but in our opinion, you’d be forgiven for thinking that those those grey “off” icons on the Control Centre screen really meant “off”.

As the support article explains it, “off” in this context means something much more nebulous, namely:

Both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth will continue to be available, so you can use these important features: AirDrop, AirPlay, Apple Pencil, Apple Watch, Continuity features, like Handoff and Instant Hotspot, Instant Hotspot and Location Services.
Curiously, the support article also documents that both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth will automatically come back on when one of these happens:

You walk or drive to a new location. (Wi-Fi only.)
It’s 05:00 local time.
You restart your device.

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/apple-mac-ios4-ipad-iphone-and-in-security

 

 
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Sicherheitslücke in macOS High Sierra verrät Passwort | #CyberSecurity #Passwords #Apple #NobodyIsPerfect #FSCD

Sicherheitslücke in macOS High Sierra verrät Passwort | #CyberSecurity #Passwords #Apple #NobodyIsPerfect #FSCD | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Trotz Verschlüsselung kann man unter macOS 10.13 kinderleicht und mit nur wenigen Klicks das Passwort einblenden.

 

Möchte man unter dem Festplattendienstprogramm ein neues, verschlüsseltes APFS-Volumen anlegen, muss der Anwender ein Passwort eingeben. Im besten Fall denkt man sich hier ein besonders sicheres Passwort aus – eine Kombination aus Zahlen, Buchstaben, Zeichen und Groß- und Kleinschreibung. Merkhilfen für das entsprechende Passwort sind in der Regel empfehlenswert, so hat doch mancher Nutzer bei verschiedenen Anwendungen diverse Passwörter, an die man sich im Zweifel nicht ohne Merkhilfe erinnern kann. 

 

Doch gerade die Merkhilfe wird hierbei zum Verhängnis. Deaktiviert man das neu eingerichtete Volumen und möchte es anschließend wieder aktivieren, fragt der Mac nach einem Passwort. Und wenn man nun auf besagte Merkhilfe klickt, wird dem Nutzer tatsächlich das eigentliche Passwort und nicht – wie zuvor eingegeben – die Merkhilfe angezeigt.

 

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Trotz Verschlüsselung kann man unter macOS 10.13 kinderleicht und mit nur wenigen Klicks das Passwort einblenden.

 

Möchte man unter dem Festplattendienstprogramm ein neues, verschlüsseltes APFS-Volumen anlegen, muss der Anwender ein Passwort eingeben. Im besten Fall denkt man sich hier ein besonders sicheres Passwort aus – eine Kombination aus Zahlen, Buchstaben, Zeichen und Groß- und Kleinschreibung. Merkhilfen für das entsprechende Passwort sind in der Regel empfehlenswert, so hat doch mancher Nutzer bei verschiedenen Anwendungen diverse Passwörter, an die man sich im Zweifel nicht ohne Merkhilfe erinnern kann. 

 

Doch gerade die Merkhilfe wird hierbei zum Verhängnis. Deaktiviert man das neu eingerichtete Volumen und möchte es anschließend wieder aktivieren, fragt der Mac nach einem Passwort. Und wenn man nun auf besagte Merkhilfe klickt, wird dem Nutzer tatsächlich das eigentliche Passwort und nicht – wie zuvor eingegeben – die Merkhilfe angezeigt.

 

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Irre, so viel verraten iPhone-Fotos: Tool zeigt, was Apple alles über Sie weiß | #Apple #Privacy #ePrivacy 

Irre, so viel verraten iPhone-Fotos: Tool zeigt, was Apple alles über Sie weiß | #Apple #Privacy #ePrivacy  | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Mit der kostenlosen iOS-App DetectLocations können Sie die Meta-Daten Ihrer iPhone-Fotos abrufen und anzeigen lassen. Das Tool zeigt Ihnen alle Informationen die mit dem Foto verknüpft sind und welche auch von anderen Apps extrahiert werden können - so entsteht ein klares Bild Ihrer Urlaubs- und Alltagsroutinen.

 

Mit der Anwendung können Sie nicht nur sehen, wo Sie bereits waren, auch die Informationen aus Urlaubsfotos von Freunden und Familien können ausgelesen werden. So könnten Sie mit Leichtigkeit an die genaue Reise-Route Ihrer Bekannten herankommen und diese ausspionieren.
 
Klar ist, dass das nicht jeder möchte. Zum Glück gibt es Wege, die Bildinformationen aus den Aufnahmen zu entfernen beziehungsweise Apps daran hindern, auf diese zuzugreifen.
 
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Mit der kostenlosen iOS-App DetectLocations können Sie die Meta-Daten Ihrer iPhone-Fotos abrufen und anzeigen lassen. Das Tool zeigt Ihnen alle Informationen die mit dem Foto verknüpft sind und welche auch von anderen Apps extrahiert werden können - so entsteht ein klares Bild Ihrer Urlaubs- und Alltagsroutinen.

 

Mit der Anwendung können Sie nicht nur sehen, wo Sie bereits waren, auch die Informationen aus Urlaubsfotos von Freunden und Familien können ausgelesen werden. So könnten Sie mit Leichtigkeit an die genaue Reise-Route Ihrer Bekannten herankommen und diese ausspionieren.
 
Klar ist, dass das nicht jeder möchte. Zum Glück gibt es Wege, die Bildinformationen aus den Aufnahmen zu entfernen beziehungsweise Apps daran hindern, auf diese zuzugreifen.
 
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New study finds small percentage of Macs are running insecure firmware | #Apple #CyberSecurity #Updates 

New study finds small percentage of Macs are running insecure firmware | #Apple #CyberSecurity #Updates  | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
If you own a Mac and haven't upgraded to the new High Sierra OS, your system could be vulnerable to threats like Thunderstrike, a malware attack that enters through your computer's Thunderbolt port.

Researchers from Duo Security published a white paper today explaining the potential issues, which was first noticed by 9to5Mac. The firm analyzed 73,324 Mac computers and found that, on average, 4.2 percent of them weren't running the proper firmware, leaving the systems vulnerable to cyber attacks. Luckily for consumers, the vulnerabilities aren't thought to be as risky for home users according to a Duo blog post summarizing the paper — but you should still be sure you're running the right firmware. 

Although Apple has released security updates to protect against Thunderstrike attacks, the researchers found that, for some reason, the critical updates weren't always applied.

 

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If you own a Mac and haven't upgraded to the new High Sierra OS, your system could be vulnerable to threats like Thunderstrike, a malware attack that enters through your computer's Thunderbolt port.

Researchers from Duo Security published a white paper today explaining the potential issues, which was first noticed by 9to5Mac. The firm analyzed 73,324 Mac computers and found that, on average, 4.2 percent of them weren't running the proper firmware, leaving the systems vulnerable to cyber attacks. Luckily for consumers, the vulnerabilities aren't thought to be as risky for home users according to a Duo blog post summarizing the paper — but you should still be sure you're running the right firmware. 

Although Apple has released security updates to protect against Thunderstrike attacks, the researchers found that, for some reason, the critical updates weren't always applied.

 

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[Infographic] More Mac malware than ever before | #Apple #CyberSecurity #Awareness

[Infographic] More Mac malware than ever before | #Apple #CyberSecurity #Awareness | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Mac malware is on the rise, shows the analysis of Mac attacks by F-Secure Labs. Most are spyware, but also targeted attacks and ransomware.

 

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Mac malware is on the rise, shows the analysis of Mac attacks by F-Secure Labs. Most are spyware, but also targeted attacks and ransomware.

 

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Apple: Just squeeze the iPhone X if you're forced into a Face ID unlock | #Privacy 

Apple: Just squeeze the iPhone X if you're forced into a Face ID unlock | #Privacy  | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Apple has given the iPhone X an emergency feature that users can trigger if they're forced by a thief or police to look at the device and unlock it.

Apple says Face ID is even better than Touch ID at thwarting biometric spoofing thanks to the hardware setup.

But just as someone else can force you to put a finger on the home button, they can also force you to look at the phone. So developer Keith Krimbel asked an Apple's senior vice president of software engineer, Craig Federighi, what happens if a thief steals your phone and then points it at your face before taking off?

He posted Federighi's response on Twitter. The iPhone X has you covered with two key mitigations, according to Federighi.

First, it won't unlock unless you stare at the iPhone. Also, if you still have possession of the phone and are asked to give it up, you can grip the buttons on both sides of the phone before you hand it over, which will temporarily disable Face ID.

iOS 11 also introduces a shortcut to disable Touch ID in emergency situations, but it requires five presses on the sleep button.

 

Is Face ID more secure than a passcode? It depends who you ask.

If it's a jealous partner who wants to rummage through your text messages, then it's fairly secure. But if it's a government wanting to know who you communicate with, then you're likely tough out of luck.

 

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Apple has given the iPhone X an emergency feature that users can trigger if they're forced by a thief or police to look at the device and unlock it.

Apple says Face ID is even better than Touch ID at thwarting biometric spoofing thanks to the hardware setup.

But just as someone else can force you to put a finger on the home button, they can also force you to look at the phone. So developer Keith Krimbel asked an Apple's senior vice president of software engineer, Craig Federighi, what happens if a thief steals your phone and then points it at your face before taking off?

He posted Federighi's response on Twitter. The iPhone X has you covered with two key mitigations, according to Federighi.

First, it won't unlock unless you stare at the iPhone. Also, if you still have possession of the phone and are asked to give it up, you can grip the buttons on both sides of the phone before you hand it over, which will temporarily disable Face ID.

iOS 11 also introduces a shortcut to disable Touch ID in emergency situations, but it requires five presses on the sleep button.

 

Is Face ID more secure than a passcode? It depends who you ask.

If it's a jealous partner who wants to rummage through your text messages, then it's fairly secure. But if it's a government wanting to know who you communicate with, then you're likely tough out of luck.

 

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MacOS High Sierra: MacOS-Keychain kann per App ausgelesen werden | #Apple #CyberSecurity #NobodyIsPerfect 

MacOS High Sierra: MacOS-Keychain kann per App ausgelesen werden | #Apple #CyberSecurity #NobodyIsPerfect  | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
MacOS-Keychain kann per App ausgelesen werden
Der Sicherheitsforscher Patrick Wardle hat demonstriert, dass Apples Keychain unter MacOS mit einer App komplett ausgelesen werden kann. Diese muss aber zunächst an Apples Gatekeeper vorbei.


Der Hacker Patrick Wardle hat nach eigenen Angaben eine Sicherheitslücke in der aktuellen Version von Apples Desktop-Betriebssystem High Sierra gefunden, die es bösartigen Applikationen ermöglicht, Passwörter aus Apples Keychain auszulesen. Normalerweise müssen Nutzer einzelne Passwörter durch Eingabe eines Master-Passworts freigeben.

 

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MacOS-Keychain kann per App ausgelesen werden
Der Sicherheitsforscher Patrick Wardle hat demonstriert, dass Apples Keychain unter MacOS mit einer App komplett ausgelesen werden kann. Diese muss aber zunächst an Apples Gatekeeper vorbei.


Der Hacker Patrick Wardle hat nach eigenen Angaben eine Sicherheitslücke in der aktuellen Version von Apples Desktop-Betriebssystem High Sierra gefunden, die es bösartigen Applikationen ermöglicht, Passwörter aus Apples Keychain auszulesen. Normalerweise müssen Nutzer einzelne Passwörter durch Eingabe eines Master-Passworts freigeben.

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/apple-mac-ios4-ipad-iphone-and-in-security

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/apple-mac-ios4-ipad-iphone-and-in-security/?&tag=MacOS

 

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High Sierra Reportedly Has a Password Problem | #Apple #CyberSecurity #macOS #NobodyIsPerfect 

High Sierra Reportedly Has a Password Problem | #Apple #CyberSecurity #macOS #NobodyIsPerfect  | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Apple’s latest macOS, High Sierra, rolls out today with plenty of nice security upgrades, including invasive ad tracker blocking in Safari and weekly firmware validation. But the new OS apparently comes with a security problem, too—a security researcher at Synack has already discovered a way to snatch passwords from High Sierra.

 

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Apple’s latest macOS, High Sierra, rolls out today with plenty of nice security upgrades, including invasive ad tracker blocking in Safari and weekly firmware validation. But the new OS apparently comes with a security problem, too—a security researcher at Synack has already discovered a way to snatch passwords from High Sierra.

 

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Turning Off Wifi, Bluetooth in iOS 11 Not as Easy as It Seems | #Apple #Privacy 

Turning Off Wifi, Bluetooth in iOS 11 Not as Easy as It Seems | #Apple #Privacy  | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it

If you're an iPhone user who's downloaded iOS 11, you'll want to pay attention to this recent Tweet from F-Secure's head of hardware security Andrea Barisani.

 

iOS 11 comes with a new Control Center that opens when you swipe up from the bottom of the screen. But ironically, the app seems to be lacking some control. When you tap the Bluetooth and Wifi icons, while the phone disconnects from any current Bluetooth or Wifi connections, it doesn’t turn off those features completely.

 

That means new Bluetooth or Wifi connections can still be made. In order to make sure those features are off completely, you’ll need to go into the separate Settings app and turn them off there.

From a security and privacy perspective, it’s important to understand this distinction because turning off Bluetooth and Wifi when you’re not using them prevents your device from broadcasting information about itself.

 

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https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/privacy-in-the-digital-world-shouldnt-we-talk-about-it/

 

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If you're an iPhone user who's downloaded iOS 11, you'll want to pay attention to this recent Tweet from F-Secure's head of hardware security Andrea Barisani.

 

iOS 11 comes with a new Control Center that opens when you swipe up from the bottom of the screen. But ironically, the app seems to be lacking some control. When you tap the Bluetooth and Wifi icons, while the phone disconnects from any current Bluetooth or Wifi connections, it doesn’t turn off those features completely.

 

That means new Bluetooth or Wifi connections can still be made. In order to make sure those features are off completely, you’ll need to go into the separate Settings app and turn them off there.

From a security and privacy perspective, it’s important to understand this distinction because turning off Bluetooth and Wifi when you’re not using them prevents your device from broadcasting information about itself.

 

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https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/privacy-in-the-digital-world-shouldnt-we-talk-about-it/

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/?s=privacy

 

 

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Mac malware is spreading at a frightening rate, claims report | #CyberSecurity #Awareness #NobodyIsPerfect

Mac malware is spreading at a frightening rate, claims report | #CyberSecurity #Awareness #NobodyIsPerfect | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Macs are becoming an increasingly big target for malware authors, and a new report has pointed to a massive increase this year in the likes of viruses aimed at Apple’s machines (which were once regarded as relative safe havens in comparison to Windows PCs).

The findings from Malwarebytes show that as of July 2017, there has been a huge leap of 230% in Mac malware compared to the previous year.

Some categories of malicious software are increasing at an even faster rate than this, namely adware and potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) according to the security firm, although it didn’t clarify any percentage rates in these cases.

Malwarebytes also observed that the Mac App Store is currently awash with a ‘tidal wave’ of scam software.

As Betanews reports, the authors of the study looked to the future, predicting that: “In 2018, Mac malware will increase but PUPs will see the largest growth. These are not very well policed and are free to proliferate unchecked.

“Mac users are already experiencing some of this now, with an explosion of fake anti-virus apps in the Mac App Store. These are not well controlled by Apple and not commonly known of even within the security community.”

 

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Macs are becoming an increasingly big target for malware authors, and a new report has pointed to a massive increase this year in the likes of viruses aimed at Apple’s machines (which were once regarded as relative safe havens in comparison to Windows PCs).

The findings from Malwarebytes show that as of July 2017, there has been a huge leap of 230% in Mac malware compared to the previous year.

Some categories of malicious software are increasing at an even faster rate than this, namely adware and potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) according to the security firm, although it didn’t clarify any percentage rates in these cases.

Malwarebytes also observed that the Mac App Store is currently awash with a ‘tidal wave’ of scam software.

As Betanews reports, the authors of the study looked to the future, predicting that: “In 2018, Mac malware will increase but PUPs will see the largest growth. These are not very well policed and are free to proliferate unchecked.

“Mac users are already experiencing some of this now, with an explosion of fake anti-virus apps in the Mac App Store. These are not well controlled by Apple and not commonly known of even within the security community.”

 

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Mac-Malware Fruitfly kann Maus und Tastatur bedienen sowie Webcam einschalten | #Apple #CyberSecurity 

Mac-Malware Fruitfly kann Maus und Tastatur bedienen sowie Webcam einschalten | #Apple #CyberSecurity  | Apple, Mac, MacOS, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it

Fruitfly blieb wahrscheinlich mehrere Jahre unentdeckt. Die neue Variante der Malware erlaubt es Angreifern, aus der Ferne die vollständige Kontrolle zu übernehmen...

 

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Fruitfly blieb wahrscheinlich mehrere Jahre unentdeckt. Die neue Variante der Malware erlaubt es Angreifern, aus der Ferne die vollständige Kontrolle zu übernehmen...

 

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