A scan of 30,000 iOS App reveals that developers are deliberately deactivating security features made available to them by Apple which protect users. Most developers completely disable a default called ATS in order to improve communication with ad servers but thereby expose their apps to hackers.
Do you have anything on your iPhone you’d like to keep private? Not from hackers but from family, friends, co-workers or anyone who can pick up your phone? The latest version of iOS 12.1 allows anyone who knows a few keystrokes to bypass the security features of your iPhone and view, save and send your …
Recent US concerns about Chinese cellphone-maker ZTE producing phones susceptible appear to be just the beginning. Amazon uncovered a vast program by the Chinese to hack US-bound computer servers by installing a secret chip that unlocked them for the Chinese. The extent of the threat is unprecedented.