Linus Torvalds doubts that Linux will run on Apple M1

Recently on the Real World Technologies forum Linus Torvalds was asked what he thinks of Apple’s new M1 laptops. Torvalds then vague replied, “I would love to have this [laptop] if ran on Linux.” Then, not everyone understood what exactly Torvalds saw as the problem, and now, in an interview with ZDNet journalists, the Linux… Continue reading Linus Torvalds doubts that Linux will run on Apple M1

Kr00k problem threatens devices with Qualcomm and MediaTek Wi-Fi chips

In early 2020, ESET experts spoke about the Kr00k vulnerability (CVE-2019-15126), which can be used to intercept and decrypt Wi-Fi (WPA2) traffic. Then it was reported that any devices using the solutions of Cypress Semiconductor and Broadcom, from laptops and smartphones to routers and IoT devices, are susceptible to this problem. Now there is information… Continue reading Kr00k problem threatens devices with Qualcomm and MediaTek Wi-Fi chips

Sindhi Language Symbols Disable iPhone and iPad

Users found that a messages with certain characters in the Sindhi language symbols (used primarily in India and Pakistan) disable OS 13.4.1 and crash the iPhone and iPad. A “text bomb” will affect the operation of the device, even if the user simply received a notification from Messages or WhatsApp, or from social networks (for… Continue reading Sindhi Language Symbols Disable iPhone and iPad

Vulnerabilities allowed access to cameras on Mac, iPhone and iPad

Apple paid $75,000 to the IS researcher Ryan Pickren in the frameworks of the bug bounty program for vulnerabilities in Safari, due to which it was possible to access someone else’s cameras on Mac, iPhone and iPad, simply by directing a person to a special site. In total, Picren discovered seven vulnerabilities in the Apple… Continue reading Vulnerabilities allowed access to cameras on Mac, iPhone and iPad