Apple announced an emergency security update for OS X to address three zero-day flaws that allow cybercriminals to take total control of devices.
There has been a lot of news regarding OS X recently, and it runs the gamut from solid security progress to more alarming vulnerabilities.
The newly discovered KeRanger ransomware can be used in attacks on Mac OS X thanks to its Linux source code, undermining many perceptions about the OS.
Mac security is under fire thanks to a pair of new and potentially damaging vulnerabilities: Thunderstrike 2 and file-system zero-day exploit.
New Apple security updates target a number of critical bugs in the Safari browser, specifically those exploiting its open-source WebKit.
The Bash bug, a new vulnerability known as Shellshock, could have a sizable impact on an untold number of devices, according to security experts.