iPhone 11 colors: the new options for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro | The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro colors span from white to black and green to purple - and a little red for fun. Here are all the hue options.

iPhone 11 colors: the new options for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro

iPhone 11 colors: the new options for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro

iPhone 11 colors: the new options for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro

iPhone 11 colors: the new options for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro

iPhone 11 colors: the new options for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro

iPhone 11 colors: the new options for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro
iPhone 11 colors: the new options for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro
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Apple has launched its full-featured iPhone 11 Pro and big-screen iPhone 11 Pro Max,  along with the budget flagship iPhone 11. No matter which you pick, there are plenty of fun colors to choose from, from traditional black or white to Spring pastels. Here are all the iPhone 11 hues you can get.

iPhone 11 colors

iPhone 11 colors

Six colors for the iPhone 11:

  • Black
  • White
  • Green
  • Yellow
  • Purple
  • Product Red

The lower-cost iPhone 11, which starts at $699 / £729 / AU$1,199, comes in six colors. They don't have the fanciest names, but they do have a warmer look.  You'll have the option of black, white, yellow, green, purple and the signature Product Red.

For all of these models, the color includes not only the back glass but also the metal edge around the phone. The front bezels and display notch on all versions will be black though.

All colors start at the same price, including Product Red. The iPhone 11 opens for pre-order on September 13, and is available September 20.

iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max colors

iPhone 11 Pro colors

Four colors for the iPhone 11 Pro:

  • Space Gray
  • Silver
  • Midnight Green
  • Gold

The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max share color options with each other, but they have unique colors from the standard, non-Pro iPhone 11.  Three of the color options are likely familiar to iPhone owners: Gold, Space Gray, and Silver. But, there's also one new color available: Midnight Green. And, like the non-pro models, the color scheme includes both the back glass and the metal frame.

The iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999 / £1,049 / AU$1,749, and the Pro Max costs a little more at $1,099 / £1,149 /AU$1,899.  You'll get the same price regardless of which color you choose. The iPhone 11 Pro models have the same pre-order window of September 13 as the non-Pro models, and they also will be available in stores September 20.

NordVPN boosts security with new bug bounty program

NordVPN boosts security with new bug bounty program

As part of its ongoing efforts to boost the security of its VPN service, NordVPN has launched its own bug bounty program on the HackerOne platform.

The new program is inviting ethical hackers and security researchers to look for potential security vulnerabilities in the VPN provider's software and report them for monetary rewards.

Head of communications at NordVPN, Ruby Gonzalez explained how the company's new bug bounty program will help secure its infrastructure, saying:

“At NordVPN, we seek to make our infrastructure — and customers' data — as secure as possible. And community participation is essential for reaching this goal.”

Bug bounty program

NordVPN's new bug bounty program will encourage security researchers to analyze its website, applications and services. Through their efforts, the company hopes to increase both the quality and security of its VPN service.

It is a win-win situation for researchers and NordVPN's users as researchers will receive cash rewards for finding bugs while users can rest assured knowing that their VPN service is scoured for bugs by thousands of people every day to make it as secure as possible.

For minor issues, NordVPN will pay bounties from $100 while reporting critical flaws can earn researchers as much as $5,000. All of the findings must be reported using the HackerOne platform and the company will accept findings related to its applications, servers, backend services, website and more.

NordVPN's bug pounty program is one of five measures the firm is implementing to enhance its security alongside switching to diskless RAM servers, undergoing a full infrastructure security audit, partnering with the cybersecurity company VerSprite and higher security standards.

  • Also check out our complete list of the best VPN services
Apple releases macOS Catalina 10.15.2, iOS and iPadOS 13.3

Apple releases macOS Catalina 10.15.2, iOS and iPadOS 13.3

As has become a custom, Apple has simultaneously released software updates for nearly its entire suite of consumer products today—including iOS 13.3, iPadOS 13.3, macOS Catalina 10.15.2, watchOS 6.1.1, tvOS 13.3—and an update for HomePods. All updates should be available to all users by the end of the day.

iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 together make for arguably the most notable update. They introduce yet another feature that was originally pitched by Apple as part of iOS 13 but delayed before that annual update's release this September: Communication Limits in ScreenTime. Parents can now whitelist contacts for their kids' accounts, which allows them to block their kids from communicating with anyone outside the list on Apple-made apps like Messages and FaceTime, with exceptions for emergency calls and services like 911.

These two updates also introduce new layouts for certain publications in Apple News+, adds a new interface for liking or disliking stories in News, and expands on the news options and coverage in the Stocks app.

macOS Catalina 10.15.2 gets most of these same News and Stocks features, plus the restoration of the column browser view in Apple Music, and the addition of Apple Remote app support for the Music and TV apps on Macs.

Additionally, tvOS 13.3 is a somewhat notable update for recent Apple TV streaming boxes. It includes a slight homescreen redesign for video previews as well as a change to the top shelf of content visible on that screen. Whereas it previously showed you the next items in your TV app queue while that app was selected, it will now recommend new content there by displaying trailers and previews. However, an option has been adding to settings to let you switch back to the old way.

Today's HomePod update improves voice recognition for family members and "allows individual family members to enable/disable personal requests." watchOS 6.1.1 is a minor update that contains unspecified bug fixes and optimizations. Apple also released a security update for watchOS 5 for users who do not have an iPhone capable of running iOS 13, as watchOS 6 requires the latest iPhone software.

All of the updates today also have a plethora of bug fixes and security updates for their respective platforms, which you can find in Apple's release notes below.

iOS and iPadOS 13.3 release notes

iOS 13.3 includes improvements, bug fixes, and additional parental controls for Screen Time.

Screen Time

  • New parental controls provide more communication limits over who their children can call, FaceTime, or Message
  • Contact list for children lets parents manage the contacts that appear on their children's devices

Apple News

  • New layout for Apple News+ stories from The Wall Street Journal and other leading newspapers
  • Easily like or dislike stories with a tap


  • Stories from Apple News are now available in Canada in English and French
  • Continue reading with links to related stories or more stories from the same publication
  • Breaking and Developing labels for Top Stories

This update also includes bug fixes and other improvements. This update:

  • Enables the creation of a new video clip when trimming a video in Photos
  • Adds support for NFC, USB, and Lightning FIDO2-compliant security keys in Safari
  • Fixes issues in Mail that may prevent downloading new messages
  • Addresses an issue that prevented deleting messages in Gmail accounts
  • Resolves issues that could cause incorrect characters to display in messages and duplication of sent messages in Exchange accounts
  • Fixes an issue where the cursor may not move after long-pressing on the space bar
  • Addresses an issue that may cause screenshots to appear blurry when sent via Messages
  • Resolves an issue where cropping or using Markup on screenshots may not save to Photos
  • Fixes an issue where Voice Memos recordings may not be able to be shared with other audio apps
  • Addresses an issue where the missed call badge on the Phone app may not clear
  • Resolves an issue where the Cellular Data setting may incorrectly show as off
  • Fixes an issue that prevented turning off Dark Mode when Smart Invert was enabled
  • Addresses an issue where some wireless chargers may charge more slowly than expected
Snatch ransomware reboots PCs into safe mode to get around security tools

Snatch ransomware reboots PCs into safe mode to get around security tools

A new strain of the Snatch ransomware, which reboots the computers it infects into Safe Mode in order to bypass security solutions, has been discovered by security researchers from the Sophos Managed Threat Response team and SophosLabs.

By making the infected Windows devices boot into Safe Mode, the ransomware is able to encrypt victim's files since most security tools are automatically disabled in Safe Mode.

Although the Snatch ransomware was written in Google's multiplatform programming language Go, the researchers explained in a blog post that it can only run on Windows devices, saying:

“The malware we’ve observed isn’t capable of running on platforms other than Windows. Snatch can run on most common versions of Windows, from 7 through 10, in 32- and 64-bit versions. The samples we’ve seen are also packed with the open source packer UPX to obfuscate their contents.”

The Snatch ransomware was released at the end of 2018 but it first became noticeably active during April of this year as a result of a spike in ransom notes and encrypted file samples which were submitted to Michael Gillepsie's ID Ransomware platform.

Snatch ransomware

In order to take advantage of the fact that anti-malware solutions are not loaded in Safe Mode, the Snatch ransomware component installs itself as a Windows service called SuperBackupMan that has the ability to run in Safe Mode and also can't be stopped or paused.

SuperBackupMan then force restarts the compromised machine and once it is in Safe Mode, the Snatch ransomware then deletes “all the Volume Shadow Copies on the system” according to the researchers which prevents “forensic recovery of the files encrypted by the ransomware”.

Now that recovery of the files without payment is impossible, the malware will then begin to encrypt its victims' files.

To prevent falling victim to the Snatch ransomware, Sophos recommends that organizations don't expose their remote desktop services to the internet or try to protect them by using a VPN. The firm also suggests that businesses utilize multifactor authentication to protect admin accounts from brute force attacks.

Via Bleeping Computer


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