Wired is reporting that Apple’s iCloud service has been shut down due to a security vulnerability that could allow an attacker to remotely gain access to users’ computers.
iCloud is an iCloud service that allows users to transfer files to each other and to other devices.
In its latest security update, Apple said that the vulnerability was patched today, but that users should still update their software and make sure they have updated to the latest version of the software.
“We are aware of an issue affecting iCloud that could lead to unauthorized remote access to some of your accounts,” the update stated.
“We have confirmed that this issue is resolved in the latest update and that no other accounts have been affected.”
Apple said that it would fix the vulnerability through its online portal as well as through its app store, and that users would be notified via email if they were still experiencing problems with their iCloud account.
Apple’s iCloud Service is a popular way for users to share and store photos, videos, music, and other files online.
In an effort to increase security, Apple has released an update for the service to prevent unauthorized remote attackers from gaining access to accounts.
Users who are affected by the vulnerability should update their iCloud software and update their apps to the most recent version of iCloud.
Apple also said that users who have iCloud accounts on their Mac should disable iCloud on their devices to ensure that they can access the service securely.