If you have an Apple device and want to escape from potential hacking, you should download the latest software updates for your iOS and MacOS that the Cupertino-based giant has released.
A recent report publishing in Fortune, users who use iPhones, Ipads and Mac computers downloading the patch is critical to secure the devices.
This software update helps to fix a key vulnerability called Broadpwn that help hackers to “execute arbitrary code” or — or take over your device — via WiFi chips embedded in the device’s main processor.
A security research name Nitay Artenstein, who worked for US based computer security service Exodus Intelligence, said the flaw and said a hacker can target these devices for as long as they are in range.
All the users of Apple can follow these instructions to avoid hacking.
Users of iPhone or iPad follow steps, go to the setting menu and select General, From there, you need to press Software Update option and install iOS 10.3.3
If you are using Mac, on the head to the App Store and select the Updates tab. A prompt for macOS Sierra 10.12.6 is available and you can download it.
Similar issues were detected in Android devices as well, Google patched the bug for the platform earlier this month, the report pointed out.