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If you have an iPhone and you haven’t updated it recently, you should. Quartz reports that

There’s an issue that’s currently infecting iPhones, and all anyone needs to exploit it is a phone number. In this case an iMessage or email is sent to the iPhone user that contains a bad *.tiff file. That “image” is malware, and it can give the attacker access to everything stored on the phone. For it to give you security issues the file doesn’t even need to be downloaded as iMessage or Safari will automatically render it once it is received. To protect your Apple device, update it to iOS 9.3.3 as soon as possible (Mac users should update OSX to El Capitan 10.11.16.)

And that’s your public service announcement for tech for today.  LOL

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