DHS Warns Apple Users To Change Settings.

Knight Writer
2 min readFeb 16, 2023
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The DHS and the ugly news

Today, I was perusing through cyberspace and ran across an article about the dangers of a severe Webkit bug affecting devices worldwide.

This vulnerability affects iPhone, iPad, and MacOS users currently running the older software versions.

If you use Safari for web browsing, I will admonish you to update the current software patch that the fruit company released the other day.

Furthermore, if you are a Mac user and use Firefox, you are safe; however, I will still suggest updating to the newest version of Ventura 13.2.1.

If you want to read more about this matter, check this link here.

How to update

For those of you that are new to the Apple family, it is pretty simple to update your device firmware. You have a choice of updating via a computer or from the settings.

For Mac users, go to settings or system preferences and select general. From there, you should see a software update, version 13.2.1.

The firmware version should read 16.3.1 for the iPads and iPhones.

With all of the latest tools for hackers to play with, it is of utmost importance to remain up-to-date with your software.

Make sure to check the link above to read about the potential damage of this vulnerability from the DHS.



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