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  • 39 flaws are fixed by Apple - Apple released OS X Lion 10.7.4 in order to fix 35 security holes as well as 4 vulnerabilities in the Safari web browser. May 14, 2012
  • Google bypassed Safari's No Tracking settings - A recently released report reveals that for a while now online companies such as Google have been bypassing Apple Safari's default No Tracking setting and monitoring people's activities on the Web. Is Safari the only browser to be bypassed? Far from that February 24, 2012
  • Remove Mac Protector, Mac Protector removal - Mac Protector is a rogue anti-spyware application which pretends to be a computer protection tool. It gains to pilfer money from unwary users. The parasite is only an imitation of reputable security tool. May 10, 2011
  • Private Browsing: investigation led to unexpected results - Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari became sources of an investigation which was dedicated to find out details about private browsing modes. It is well known that all these notorious web browsers have private browsing modes that are configured t August 9, 2010
  • iPhone OS is not bulletproof - Developer known as “Comex” released a new jailbreak for Apple’s iPhone 4 earlier this week. By visiting an appropriate web page users are able to gain an access to the iPhone's file system, which is normally restricted, in an easier way. August 6, 2010
  • Tips on Keeping Your iPad Data Safe - iPad is a new toy for users which is also a mini-computer that holds their personal and private information in e-mail messages, contact lists, photos and etc. That is why you have to think how to keep it secure that no one could use your private informati April 30, 2010
  • Competition Among Browsers: Keep the System Secure - As browsers are competing for their places at the market they have to think about their security issues too. Recently increased demand for them to provide users a safe computing experience. March 24, 2010
  • Apple Released Safari Update - On Thursday Apple published an update of its Safari browser which patches 16 flaws. Safari 4.0.5 is available for Mac OS X and Windows. It is created to fix critical code injections and finding bugs. Unprotected Windows boxes running Safari are more expo March 15, 2010
  • iPhone apps could steal data - There are more than 42 million iPhones out there. This makes the device an attractive target for malware creators. And this should make Apple take iPhone security more seriously. According to security expert Nicolas Seriot, it’s relatively easy to make an February 9, 2010