Jailbreaking iOS 10.3.1 is already possible even for older firmware, but it will take some time until it is wrapped, packed and released to the public. This is a bittersweet news for all jailbreak users. A security researcher named Adam Donenfeld informed Apple about eight security bugs that have been fixed with the release of iOS 10.3.2, as part of the company's efforts to close all loopholes … [Read more...] about iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak Gets Help from Security Researcher
If you like to watch movies online using Popcorn Time but navigating through a rather messy interface spoils the whole experience, than the news that Popcorn Time comes with new updates can only make you happy. I know that Popcorn Time in some situations can be considered illegal, but if you don’t want to pay for the various streaming services, Popcorn Time is exactly what you are looking … [Read more...] about Popcorn Time Promise a Fresh New Redesigned App
We are just starting to see some reviews of the new Apple TV 4 coming out and almost all of the streaming apps that we expected to see are still available. What we have noticed, though, is the obvious exception, and that's Amazon Prime Video. Surprisingly, Apple TV is now one of the few devices that doesn't support Amazon Prime Instant Video. In fact, it's supported by hundreds of Smart TVs, in … [Read more...] about Play Amazon Prime on Apple TV: Easy Workaround
As we recently find out, Pangu Team put on fire the entire jailbreak community with their latest stunt , presenting a jailbreak solution for iOS 10.3.1 at a mobile security conference in Beijing - and look like they have a release date strategy. According to rumors, the release of the exploit will take place after Apple introduces the final version of iOS 10.3.2. Though Pangu does not give any … [Read more...] about Jailbreak iOS 10.3.1 Release Date: Before or After WWDC 2017?
CheckPoint, a security research team has uncovered new malware for macOS. It allegedly interferes with all versions of the macOS operating system and is signed by a valid Apple developer certificate. Malware was named " OSX/Dok " and spread through phishing e-mail campaigns. The said campaign should be, according to researchers focused specifically on MacOS users, and therefore, the first of … [Read more...] about MacOS Users Under Attack by New Malware Scam [Dok]