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iOS 8.2, OS X 2015-002 Update and Apple TV 7.1 fixes ‘FREAK’ security flaw

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iOS 8.2, OS X 2015-002 Update and Apple TV 7.1 fixes ‘FREAK’ security flaw

Apple on Monday issued a security update for OS X to deal with a handful of vulnerabilities, together with the top profile SSL flaw referred to as “FREAK.” Spotlighted remaining week, the computer virus lets in might-be attackers to undercover agent on communications made thru Safari.

The security flaw plagued all units from Apple, together with Macs, Apple TV, iPhone and the iPad. The Cupertino corporate has rolled out a repair for a majority of these units. While the iPad and iPhone restore is incorporated within the iOS 8.2 update, the Apple TV security patch used to be tucked within the Apple TV 7.1 update that it won nowadays. For OS X customers, Apple rolled out security update OS X 2015-002 update to patch the vulnerability.

Apple spokesman Ryan James advised newshounds remaining week that Apple used to be acutely aware of the issue, and used to be running on updates to rectify it. Today, the corporate launched security updates for OS X, Apple TV, and iOS—iOS 8.2, which additionally provides the Apple Watch app.

To update your iOS software, merely release your Settings app and navigate to General > Software Update (jailbreakers watch out). On Apple TV, open Settings > General > Software Updates, and in fact on OS X, seek advice from the Updates tab of the Mac App Store.

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