Unlike last month’s Apple event, today’s shindig was held in a tiny auditorium on the company’s campus, nary a single gigantic white box in sight. Arguably, the size of the venue matched the importance of the products being announced — minor iPad and iMac refreshes don’t exactly command the same kind of attention as revamped iPhones and Apple’s introduction into the wearables market. This doesn’t mean the latest version of the iPad Air and iPad mini aren’t worth a closer look, of course; they may be just another iteration of the series, but if you’re in the market for a new tablet, there are a few new features to be aware of.
Clicking on a YouTube ad could lead to a malicious “Sweet Orange” virus, press reports say.
When users click on a YouTube ad, the traffic flows through legitimate advertising aggregators and then through the apparent modification of domain name service (DNS) information reaches the malicious web stie, according to the TrendLabs Security Intelligence Blog, which first identified the issue.
Google responded late in the afternoon, saying in a statement to ValueWalk: “Our teams have taken the appropriate actions to resolve this issue. The security of our users is a top priority and we’re constantly improving our systems to protect against bad actors online.”