Apple has released emergency security updates for its iPhones, iPads, and Macs.
It said a flaw in its latest update allows hackers to take control of a device.
The company said it was aware of a report that the flaw might already be "actively exploited."
On Wednesday, Apple said a flaw in its latest update can be exploited by attackers to take complete control of iPhones, iPads, or Mac computers.
The company is "aware of a report that this issue may have been actively exploited," it said in a description of a security fix on its website.
The security flaw can allow a hacker to run commands on a device with unrestricted privileges if it's infiltrated through "maliciously crafted web content," according to the company.
Affected devices include the iPhone 6S and newer models, all iPad Pro models, the iPad Air 2 and newer models, the iPad 5th generation and newer models, the iPad mini 4 and newer models, and the 7th generation iPod touch, per Apple.
On Thursday, Apple released another emergency fix for its Safari browser, citing a similar security vulnerability.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, a US government body, urged users to look into the emergency updates and apply them "as soon as possible."
"An attacker could exploit one of these vulnerabilities to take control of an affected device," it said in a statement on Thursday.
Apple did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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