Check your settings on your phones. It's a flaw in SSL. If you're on your own home network, a trusted network, or using the cell tower networks, you're not at risk. When using an unknown Wi-Fi network though, there may be a middleman trying to intercept your information.
So for anyone naļve enough to do their banking at a Starbucks, you might want to do this update.
I did that update last evening, and an hour later I had updates for a dozen apps waiting! Both of my banking accounts, Kroger, Gas Buddy, Office Depot, AT&T, QRReader, Adobe Reader, DropBox, Ookla SpeedTest, and Google Maps! I was surprised that I didn't have to update my toaster oven.
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