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Evil maids and Apple debugs

Bleeping Computer: macOS App Can Detect Evil Maid Attacks. Describes Do Not Disturb from Patrick Wardle, a free open-source utility that detects ‘evil maid’ (physical access) attacks on Macs. 21 more words


WebKit code references suggest dark mode coming to macOS 10.14

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

Earlier today, we reported on WebKit’s mailing list suggesting that iOS 12 will support iPhone 5s. Following that, I decided to look into WebKit’s source code to see what else could be found about future Apple releases. 264 more words


WebKit testing logs reference iOS 12 running on an iPhone 5s simulator

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

An eagle-eyed Redditor has spotted discussions in the open source WebKit mailing list that include references to iOS 12. Specifically, a contributor… 326 more words


Building WebPositive and WebKit in Haiku

Hello Folks,

So, as you know I am planning to take part in Google Summer of Code with Haiku. I chose the project, Updating and Extending WebPositive  631 more words


Apple burns the HSTS super cookie

Want to know something cool?

Quietly and without fanfare Apple has rolled out a change to its Safari browser that munches one of the web’s most advanced “super cookies” into crumbs. 916 more words


Apple semi-patch Spectre in iOS 11.2.2

iOS 11.2.2

Released January 8, 2018

Available for: iPhone 5s and later, iPad Air and later, and iPod touch 6th generation

Description: iOS 11.2.2 includes security improvements to Safari and WebKit to mitigate the effects of Spectre (CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715).

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Apple WebKit team releases Speedometer 2.0 for benchmarking web app responsiveness

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

Back in 2014, the WebKit team at Apple released Speedometer, which it touted as “a benchmark for web app responsiveness.” Almost four years later, … 232 more words