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Following last weeks' discovery of security flaws in the information security industry which were dubbed "Spectre" and "Meltdown,"

Apple has now released updates that insulate its product users from such vulnerabilities.

The vulnerability originated from chips made by Intel and ARM and can be found in a number of computing products released in the last two decades. Apple confirmed on Thursday that the security flaws also affected its iOS and Mac devices, and it was already working on software fixes to protect against the vulnerabilities.

Apple has followed up with a release of security updates to safeguard several of its products from the recently discovered Spectre vulnerability. New software updates are available for iOS and macOS devices as well for the Safari browser.

 

 

 

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The tech giant has not shared many details about its latest software update, outside of it being specific to the Spectre flaw. Apple has already released software patches for iOS (11.2), macOS (10.13.2), and tvOS (11.2) to address the Meltdown flaw.

In a statement on its blog, Apple recommended that iOS an Mac users refrain from downloading applications outside of the Apple App Store, as the real threat of Spectre and Meltdown comes when users install malicious applications although there have been no confirmed cases of Apple devices been directly targeted by the Spectre or Meltdown flaws.

 

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