Apple: Apple devices are known worldwide for their strong security. But sometimes even big companies get trapped in the web of cyber crime. Meanwhile, the Indian government has issued a big alert to the users of Apple devices. If you use other Apple devices including iPhone, then you need to pay attention to this news. Know what is the big alert of the government.
There is a danger of cyber crime
You must be aware that the government often issues alerts to people from time to time to deal with cyber crime. In such a situation, the government has once again advised Apple users to be cautious. The Indian Computer Emergency Response (CERT-IN) team of the Government of India has alerted the users. If users do not follow the correct advice, Apple devices can be hacked and their data can be misused.
This is why there is trouble
CERT-IN said that lack of certification validation has been found in security components in Apple products. In such a situation, cyber criminals can take advantage of this flaw and send a special request. With this they can take access to your phone. Due to this, shortage has been found in iPhone and Apple Watch products. Hackers can take control of all these devices. The team has told that this deficiency has been found in these devices.
There is danger on these devices
watchOS version before 9.6.3
Apple watchOS version before 10.0.1
Apple macOS before version 12.7
Apple macOS Ventura before version 13.6
Apple Safari version before 16.6.1
Apple iOS and iPadOS before version 16.7
Apple iOS and iPadOS before version 17.0.1
Do these things to avoid
CERT-IN said that to avoid this threat, Apple users should immediately update their devices with the new operating system. By doing this, users will be able to protect their valuable data and important information.
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