Apple Say's Update All Devices Now After Hacking Alert

September 14, 2021

Apple has issued an emergency security update after it discovered a major global security flaw, it's called a zero click remote exploit. Apple say’s all users should update your iPhones, iPads, Macs and Apple Watches since they can be hacked without any action from the user, allowing hackers to do anything that you can do.

Apple released a new update on Monday to fix the patch to combat this issue.

CBS reports, the spyware code was first discovered on September 7th and was used to target a Saudi activist's iPZone which targeted iMessaging, according to Researchers at the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab. They said they had high confidence that the world's most infamous hacker-for-hire firm, Israel's NSO Group, was behind that attack.

The Zero click remote takes on a similarities of the powerful Pegasus spyware that allows the hacker to use the targets microphone, camera, access text messages, emails as if they’re you.

Don’t take any chances with your Apple devices. Download your update today.