News: Apple warns of security gaps on its devices

Before the Supercup in Helsinki: Eintracht Frankfurt wants to "just get the stupid thing"

 Before the Supercup in Helsinki: Eintracht Frankfurt wants to on Wednesday evening Real and Eintracht in the Olympic Stadium of Helsinki compete against each other. More than 10,000 Eintracht fans are expected. © Photo: Imago/Lehtikuva Eintracht Frankfurt wants to win the Supercup against Real Madrid. Eintracht Frankfurt's President Peter Fischer committed the Europa League winner to the Supercup duel with Real Madrid . "We just get this stupid thing - and then I also drink it from it," Fischer said in Helsinki on Wednesday night.

in view of a security gap, the US technology group Apple calls for software updates on iPhones, iPads and Mac computers. Apple said that hackers could take control of the devices and access data via the weak point. Accordingly, the vulnerability could have been used actively. The company did not provide any further information.

Angesichts einer Sicherheitslücke ruft der US-Technikkonzern Apple zu Softwareupdates auf iPhones, iPads und Mac-Computern auf. Hacker könnten über die Schwachstelle die Kontrolle der Geräte übernehmen und auf Daten zugreifen, teilte Apple mit. © Nicholas Kamm In view of a security gap, the US technology company Apple calls for software updates on iPhones, iPads and Mac computers. Apple said that hackers could take control of the devices and access data via the weak point. According to Apple,

are affected by the iPhone 6S and later models as well as models of the iPad and Mac computers. Apple advises users to update the operating systems of affected iPhones and iPads.

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Russian secret services in Germany: Putin's spies are said to have spied up weapons training of Ukrainians .
suspicious vehicles, drones and special espionage devices: According to media reports, Russian secret services were active at Bundeswehr locations. © Photo: dpa/Boris Roessler in Idar-Oberstein, the Bundeswehr Ukrainer trained at the Panzerhaubitzen 2000. The German security authorities have given a “Spiegel” report that Russian secret services have spied on the training of Ukrainian soldiers on western weapon systems in Germany.

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