Apple recently announced that it would make a patch to combat the dreaded "Shellshock" vulnerability when it announced that the "vast majority" of Mac users are safe, and it just arrived. It's just for Mavericks, though. If you're using Yosesmite, you still might have cause to worry despite initial rumors that users of Apple's latest desktop OS were safe from attacks.
Sooo, just the biggest internet security problem in EVER this week, but no biggie. Lucky for Apple users, many of their services were safe, though it's not like you can't have been affected. Plus, iWatch rumors heating up this week, so we're moving into higher gear on the rumor front. And if you love LEGO, we've got a treat for you.
It's a good day to be an Apple user. Dire news about a security flaw named Heartbleed has been circulating around the Internet for the last week, but the Cupertino company said in a statement to Re/code today that you have little to worry about as regards iOS, OS X, and Apple's "key web services." All were apparently unaffected.