The British authority has reportedly arrested a 20-years-old young man – potentially one of the member of a cyber criminal gang ‘Turkish Crime Family’ who threatened Apple last week to remotely wipe data from millions of iOS devices unless Apple pays a ransom of $75,000.
The UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) arrested a young man from London on Tuesday on suspicion of “Computer Misuse Act and
If you use iCloud to sync your Apple devices, your private data may be at risk of getting exposed or deleted by April 7th.
It has been found that a mischievous group of hackers claiming to have access to over 300 million iCloud accounts is threatening Apple to remotely wipe data from those millions of Apple devices unless Apple pays it $75,000 in crypto-currency or $100,000 worth of iTunes
In the fight against encryption, Apple has positioned itself as a staunch defender of its user privacy by refusing the federal officials to provide encryption backdoors into its products, as well as implementing better encryption for its products.
However, a new report from a security firm suggests Apple’s online syncing service iCloud secretly stores logs of its users’ private information
Yes, FBI Director James Comey admitted that the investigators made a “mistake” with the San Bernardino investigation during a congressional hearing held by the House Judiciary Committee.
Apple is facing a court order to help the FBI unlock an iPhone belonged to San Bernardino Shooter by developing a backdoored version of iOS that can disable the security feature on the locked iPhone.