macOS Mojave has been released this week, and we discuss the main features that users will like (or not). We also look at Apple's recent security updates to all its operating systems, and some recent security threats, including a way to get access to any iPhone with only its phone number (don't worry, you probably won't be targeted).
- Apple security updates
- They Got 'Everything': Inside a Demo of NSO Group's Powerful iPhone Malware
- Bypass Flaw in Newly Released macOS Mojave Update Lets Hackers Access Protected Files
- 7-Year-Old Hacks Apple's Screen Time Restrictions
- macOS Mojave Brings Refinements and Interface Changes
- How to Use Dark Mode in macOS Mojave
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