About the security content of iOS 11.1.2

This document describes the security content of iOS 11.1.2. Source link

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The Evil-ution of Network Security Threats – An eBook of Hacking History

After working for more than 20 years to protect and secure organizations around the globe, we felt it was time to reflect back on the history of hacking. What are the marquee hacks that forever changed the digital landscape and left behind lessons that will last a lifetime? To answer that question, we’re releasing an …

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Social Engineering Fails and HSM Hacks (Somehow) Succeed in Mr. Robot Rewind Episode 5

Wow! We’re still catching our breath after Wednesday’s episode of Mr. Robot. On top of the intense “one-shot” cinematography and the frantic riot taking place outside the E Corp building, Episode 5 included several hacks for our CTO Corey Nachreiner to analyze in his weekly Mr. Robot Rewind column on GeekWire.  This episode was set over the …

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Was Apple’s Face ID Just Beaten by a Silicon Mask?

Late on Sunday, WIRED reported that a Vietnamese security firm called Bkav may have beaten the iPhone X’s Face ID facial recognition unlock system using a mask made of silicon, 3-D printed plastic, and paper cutouts. The firm released a blog post and video explaining their experiment. Note that this test has not been repeated …

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Could Novice Hackers Really Breach This U.S. Voter Fraud Prevention Org?

This week, Gizmodo reported that a government program that’s designed to tamp down on election fraud has been putting the personal data and financial well-being of American voters at risk. Known as the “Interstate Crosscheck System,” the program currently has 28 states enrolled and has processed almost 100 million voter records in 2017. According to …

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About the security content of watchOS 4

This document describes the security content of watchOS 4. Source link

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About the security content of iTunes 12.7 for Windows

This document describes the security content of iTunes 12.7 for Windows. Source link

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About the security content of iCloud for Windows 7.0

This document describes the security content of iCloud for Windows 7.0. Source link

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About the security content of iOS 11.1.1

This document describes the security content of iOS 11.1.1. Source link

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Reduced Total Cost of Ownership for Managed Security Service Providers

WatchGuard’s investment towards enabling MSSP Partners includes continued enhancements to our program, products, and ecosystem. Managed service providers often deploy and manage products from a variety of solution vendors, including within their customers’ IT ecosystems as well their own environments. Managing these multiple products together and integrating them with custom developments can be tedious and …

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