A report says Macs, iPhones and iPads are under attack by a hackable bug named XARA. While it's not panic stations just yet, be careful.
Security researchers have revealed the existence of a vulnerability that could be used to effectively disable iOS devices in range of a malicious Wi-Fi access point.
Security vendor Bitdefender says a vulnerability in "the third most popular media player" hasn't been fixed despite being identified five years ago.
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