Displaying items by tag: security updates

Where iOS 15.5, iPadOS 15.5, and macOS 12.4 delivered some new features, tvOS 15.5 and watchOS 8.6 are more like macOS 11.6.6 and Security Update 2022-004 Catalina inasmuch as they only provide unspecified bug fixes and security updates.

Published in Home Tech

At HMD Global, good things obviously come in threes, although a fourth good thing would have been to call this phone the G33. Instead, it's the G21, and it hopes to win you over with this trio of features, among others, at an AUD $299 price point.

Published in Home Tech

GUEST OPINION: The world learned about the Hafnium attacks on Microsoft Exchange servers last year, and it was bad. Since then, more vulnerabilities have been discovered, as well as additional ways that cybercriminals exploit them.

Published in Guest Opinion

Apple has pushed out a second update to iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 less than two weeks after the first, which in turn arrived less than a fortnight after the debut of the latest versions of Apple's mobile operating systems. watchOS 8 has also been updated.

Published in Mobility

Just days after the arrival of major updates for Apple's operating systems, the company has released a fresh round of security updates for macOS, iOS, iPadOS and watchOS.

Published in Security

Apple has released macOS Big Sur 11.2 along with corresponding security updates for Catalina and Mojave. Two of the security issues they address are reportedly being actively exploited.

Published in Business Software
Thursday, 20 July 2017 10:35

Another swag of security updates from Apple

Apple has released security updates for all of its platforms, and also for Safari for Mac, and iTunes and iCloud for Windows.

Published in Security

A zero-day exploit for all versions of Windows was released two weeks ago, but Microsoft does not appear to be seized of this, announcing that it will release security updates which were meant for this month on 14 March.

Published in Security

Microsoft's switch to a new system of releasing security updates has failed to take off as scheduled on 14 February.

Published in Security

Apple, Blackberry, Google, HTC, LG, Microsoft, Motorola and Samsung are under the FCC and FTC’s spotlight as they seek to ‘better understand, and ultimately to improve, the security of mobile devices.’

Published in Security

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