I got a message from Apple yesterday that there was a "flaw" in my computer and they would be sending me a link to update soon. I've never had a virus or malware in my MAC nor any message like that before.
I dread the updates because my equipment is so old....at least 5 or 6 years which is old in the Mac world. I have no idea how they will respond.
Fox 13, Tampa reported that there is no evidence that anyone has exploited these flaws.
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I'm not familiar with APPLE products. That said, the solution would seem to be an upgrade to the very latest Operating System AND CPU (which are not yet available to all potential victims & devices).
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BTW: listening to stupid SOURCES ("FOX" is a good example) is dangerous.
These potential exploits are REAL. It is not so much that anyone would bother attacking the average/common DEVICE user.
However; the FACT that the attacks would be carried-out at the CPU level (where nothing is ENCRYPTED) would present a good place to attack VERY LARGE ENTITIES SERVERS (Banks, Government Servers, Online Shopping Sites--like Amazon & eBay, Social Media Hosts, Investment/Stock Brokers, etc.). NO ONE can tell me those types of attacks have NOT already been carried out!