Apple Pushes Another Automatic Mac Software Update to Address Further Zoom-Related Vulnerabilities

Apple Pushes Another Automatic Mac Software Update to Address Further Zoom-Related Vulnerabilities

Apple today pushed a second silent security update to Macs to address further vulnerabilities related to the Zoom video conferencing app for macOS, reports The Verge. Apple removed software that was installed by RingCentral and Zhumu, two video conferencing apps that relied on technology from Zoom and were also found to have the same vulnerabilities…

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Apple Pushes Automatic Mac Software Update to Remove Vulnerable Zoom Web Server

Apple Pushes Automatic Mac Software Update to Remove Vulnerable Zoom Web Server

Earlier this week, a serious vulnerability with the Zoom video conferencing app for macOS was disclosed, with attackers potentially able to hijack users’ webcams. The vulnerability was particularly notable because Zoom had installed a hidden web server on users’ computers in order to allow for automatic answering of incoming calls, and that web server was…

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iOS 13 for iPhone: Dark mode, Sign in with Apple, more camera tools, new Siri voice – CNET

iOS 13 for iPhone: Dark mode, Sign in with Apple, more camera tools, new Siri voice – CNET

Apple’s changes in iOS 13 for iPhone are coming soon. James Martin/CNET Apple wants you iPhone to be faster, cooler and more secure when iOS 13 comes out this fall, as long as it’s compatible with the new OS. That’s Apple’s goal in rolling out new features like dark mode, new photos tools and a swipeable keyboard. The software also includes…

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Teen Sues Apple for $1 Billion, Claiming Facial Recognition Led to False Arrest

Teen Sues Apple for $1 Billion, Claiming Facial Recognition Led to False Arrest

Photo: Drew Angerer (Getty)A New York teen’s life was made miserable because of mistaken identity cases caused by Apple’s facial recognition software, according to a $1 billion lawsuit filed against Apple on Monday. Ousmane Bah’s lawsuit claims that someone stole his driver’s permit—which did not have a face photo—and then used that permit to wrongly…

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