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The flaws, known as “Meltdown” and “Spectre,” were found in computer chips that power the Central Processing Unit, or CPU, in up to 90 percent of Windows-based PCs and Apple’s Mac computers sold in the past 20 years. The affected chips are also in most smartphones and tablets, which means iPhones, iPads and Android devices are also at risk. According to news reports, the vulnerabilities can allow a cyberthief to steal data from your device memory, including passwords, emails, photos and documents.
It has been reported that Apple, Microsoft and Google have started to push out updates that provide a patch so that the flaw no longer provides an avenue to a possible attack from hackers and thieves. You can’t simply rely on the companies to protect you and your sensitive personal and financial information. Anyone who uses a computer or mobile phone needs to be proactive. Here’s what you need to do:
In today’s world, you must always remain vigilant. It’s an unfortunate reality that cyber criminals are looking for the next opportunity to commit fraud, scams and other forms of electronic theft. The best defense is to be proactive and take common sense steps to protect yourself, your family and your business. Find a source you can trust, like our Fraud Protection blog, and visit it regularly to stay abreast of the latest news that can affect the safety and security of your personal and financial information.
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