Apple issues a fix for flaw linked to Pegasus spyware

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Link to the article. Update your devices, especially if you happen to be a head of state, a rights activist in a dodgy regime or a double agent, who happens to frequent SynoForum to fix your 1815 because you had all the important info that will topple the regime but, alas, you didn’t backup and you thought RAID is a backup.
They’ll come to get you. UPDATE NOW.

(*** a friendly message brought to you by a burnt resistor ***)
 

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yep 11.6 got pushed yesterday just ahead of todays keynote.
 
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If iPhone 13 comes out with support for fingerprint reader under the glass, I might consider it (after robbing a bank or something of course).
 

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