macOS High Sierra

Apple’s Differential Privacy Tech Collects Browsing Data From Safari

With the release of the brand-new macOS High Sierra, Apple has begun collecting data from its Safari internet browser using what is called "differential privacy." According to a new report from TechCrunch, Apple intends to gather information from users' browsing habits and history to help in identifying problematic websites that use too much memory or excessive...

macOS High Sierra Vulnerability Allows Third-Party Apps to Access Keychain Data in Plaintext

Apple’s macOS High Sierra, which was released to the public today, contains a vulnerability that lets apps discover Keychain passwords in plaintext. According to Synack research director Patrick Wardle, the vulnerability requires victims to intentionally override built-in security. Wardle was able to leverage the vulnerability to steal logins for websites like Facebook and Bank of America. Wardle said that […]

Apple to End 32-Bit App Support For macOS Next Year

Apple has given numerous warnings about its move to stop supporting 32-bit apps on the App Store moving forward. With iOS 11, Apple officially pulls the plug and refuses to open or run 32-bit apps at all. Furthermore, Apple has also started the transition process for killing 32-bit app support on macOS as well. According...

Apple Previews macOS ‘High Sierra’ Coming this Fall

Apple officially unveiled its latest Mac operating system, macOS 10.13 High Sierra, at the 2017 WWDC event in San Jose on Monday. The main updates to the OS centered on privacy improvements in Safari, Apple's web browser. The company said it decided to perfect the operating system powering its Mac machines, as it does every...