Installing TensorFlow and Jupyter Notebook on Apple Silicon Macs | by Wei-Meng Lee | Sep, 2022

Learn how to install configure TensorFlow with Jupyter Notebook for use on your M1/M2 Macs Photo by Vlad Yera on Unsplash If you are into machine learning or deep learning, you would no doubt be familiar with the Anaconda package and Jupyter Notebook. And for those of you who have just gotten your brand new

Apple pushes out emergency updates to address zero-day exploits

Apple this week released urgent security updates to address zero-day vulnerabilities on older model iPhones, iPads, and iPods. The patches, pushed out on Wednesday, address an out-of-bounds write issue that could be exploited by an attacker enabling them to take control of the affected device. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) today encouraged users

Apple Releases Update for iOS 12 to Patch Exploited Vulnerability

Apple has released an iOS 12 update for older iPhone and iPad devices, patching a vulnerability that was reportedly exploited by threat actors. According to a document published by the company on Wednesday, August 31, the flaw would allow the processing of maliciously crafted web content, which in turn led to arbitrary code execution. “Apple

Google and Apple both release patches against zero‑day vulnerabilities – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Zero-day vulnerabilities are super active and Google and Apple are acting to patch these vulnerabilities, some of which seen on-the-wild. Google and Apple are both release patches for zero-day vulnerabilities that have already been exploited in the wild. ESET cybersecurity expert Tony Anscombe explains what those vulnerabilities are in simpler words, and reiterate the importance

Apple Warns of Critical Security Risk in Safari For iPhones, iPads and Macs

Apple has released updates to fix security flaws across iPhone, iPad and Mac devices, after admitting the vulnerabilities may have been “actively exploited” by threat actors. The vulnerability reportedly gave hackers the ability to infiltrate WebKit, the engine that powers the Apple web browser Safari. Once gained the initial foothold, threat actors could then take control