The Silver Sparrow malware is targeting Macs, including those with the M1 chip, but is not delivering a payload.
Starting Dec. 8, all iOS and Mac apps will be required to print "privacy labels" telling users upfront how the apps use their information, just as food manufacturers are required to print nutritional labels on food to provide nutrition information such as calories and ingredients.
Apple has patched three bugs in iOS and macOS that have been exploited by attackers.
A piece of malware made its way into the macOS app store after being accidentally notarized by Apple, allowing it to run on victims' Macs.
An issue with the Safari Web Share API can allow an attacker to steal local files from a victim in some circumstances.