If you use Apple's OS X El Capitan, iOS and QuickTime on any of your computers and devices, you might want to implement the latest updates pushed out on Tuesday.
Apple has released security updates for the operating systems running on the company's iPhones, computers, Apple TV and various versions of smartwatches, as well as Xcode and Safari.
The XcodeGhost threat is far from over, and iOS users are still in danger of unknowingly using apps infected with it, FireEye researchers have warned.
Apple has released security updates to fix critical vulnerabilities in the following Apple products: OS X El Capitan, Mavericks and Yosemite, OS X Server, Safari, watchOS, iOS, iTunes, Xcode, and Mac EFI.
The latest instance of potentially malicious apps tricking Apple App Store's vetting process comes courtesy of Youmi, a China-based mobile advertising provider whose software development kit (SDK) uses private APIs to gather user and device information.
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