Apple MacBook M1, M2, M3 are vulnerable to hackers. 

There is a vulnerability in all MacBooks, including MacBook Air and MacBook Pro that allows hackers to steal cryptocurrency wallet keys. This vulnerability affects any Mac that runs on Apple M1, M2 or M3 chip, so basically all Macs released in last four years. 

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If you own an Intel or AMD based computer, you are safe. 

This vulnerability allows hackers to steal keys of various software cryptocurrency wallets. This means if you use a hardware crypto wallet, like Ledger or Trezor, you are safe. This is because keys never leave the hardware of these wallets. 

That said, all web-browser based extensions are vulnerable. 

Apple is already working on this vulnerability to make sure this is addressed soon. Lets not underestimate the power of safeguarding our digital assets. This serves as a reminder to stay vigilant in protecting our data across all devices. 

This kind of attack necessitates that the attacker has already compromised the computer to some extent, allowing them to execute this specific malicious code. It highlights the importance of maintaining good security practices, such as not downloading or running unknown software.

Stay vigilant and take necessary precautions to protect your assets. While concerning, it’s great to see that Apple is actively working to address this vulnerability and protect their users’ crypto assets. As always, it’s important to stay vigilant and take necessary precautions to safeguard our digital assets.