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If Canadian spies found a flaw in the iPhone,

For that reason, users may want to be wary of using Wi-Fi at all until patches are widely rolled out. For now, it looks as if some manufacturers are pushing out updates, which should go some way to preventing attacks. Note that devices such as laptops and smartphones will require updates as well as routers. Indeed, Vanhoef said it&aposs more urgent for general users to patch their personal devices, whether phones, PCs or any smart device, be they watches, TVs or even cars. He recommended users get in touch

“When we discover these vulnerabilities, there’s a very strong bias towards disclosure,” White House cybersecurity coordinator Michael Daniel said in an October 2014 interview, speaking generally and not about the Apple case. “That’s for a good reason. If you had to pick the economy and the government that is most dependent on a digital infrastructure, that would be the United States.”

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Because the reports are anecdotal at this stage it&aposs impossible to be sure if the problem truly stems from the phone. But it could be related to Apple&aposs use of pulse-width modulation to dim the brightness of the display. This can produce a flickering effect that some people are sensitive to. How to speed a slow Mac

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