Apple says it’s working to fix security holes revealed by the WikiLeaks release of CIA documents

Apple says it’s working to fix any holes the CIA may have exploited in what appears to be a number of spying programs the agency employed.

Yesterday, the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks released a cache of more than 8,000 documents that detail classified CIA cyberspying programs.

According to the leaks, the CIA has a trove of malware that can undermine security and encryption measures on Apple’s iPhones, Mac OS operating system and AirPort routers, as well as Google Android phones, machines running Windows operating systems, Samsung smart TVs and other connected devices.