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Apple updates Mavericks to 10.9.1, issues security fixes for Safari

Apple updates Mavericks to 10.9.1, issues security fixes for Safari | Apple, Mac, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Apple just announced the first point update for its recently released OS X Mavericks.

Most of the fixes and enhancements are of the not-really-to-do-with-security sort, but the update includes a...
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“Your Apple ID Frozen” Phishing Emails Come as Users Upgrade to Mavericks

“Your Apple ID Frozen” Phishing Emails Come as Users Upgrade to Mavericks | Apple, Mac, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Apple users have reported receiving phishing emails entitled “Your Apple ID has been frozen temporarily,” which attempt to trick recipient...

 

If you come across such emails, you can report them to Apple by forwarding them to reportphishing@apple.com. If you’re already a victim of this scheme, take the appropriate measures depending on what information you’ve handed over to the scammers. 

Steps may include changing passwords, and keeping a close eye on your bank account in case you’ve provided financial details.

 

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If you come across such emails, you can report them to Apple by forwarding them to ===> reportphishing@apple.com. <=== If you’re already a victim of this scheme, take the appropriate measures depending on what information you’ve handed over to the scammers. 

Steps may include changing passwords, and keeping a close eye on your bank account in case you’ve provided financial details.

 

 

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If you come across such emails, you can report them to Apple by forwarding them to ===> reportphishing@apple.com. <=== If you’re already a victim of this scheme, take the appropriate measures depending on what information you’ve handed over to the scammers. 

Steps may include changing passwords, and keeping a close eye on your bank account in case you’ve provided financial details.


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If you come across such emails, you can report them to Apple by forwarding them to ===> reportphishing@apple.com. <=== If you’re already a victim of this scheme, take the appropriate measures depending on what information you’ve handed over to the scammers. 

Steps may include changing passwords, and keeping a close eye on your bank account in case you’ve provided financial details.

 

Learn more:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/apple-mac-ios4-ipad-iphone-and-in-security

 

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Mavericks: The end of Macs in the enterprise?

Mavericks: The end of Macs in the enterprise? | Apple, Mac, iOS4, iPad, iPhone and (in)security... | Scoop.it
Macs have never been that popular in business. But if Apple is indeed no longer supporting security updates for older Mac OS X versions, Macs won't have any place left in the enterprise office.
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