Aug 6, 2018
Apple chipmaker recovers after malware attack
A Taiwanese company that makes chips for Apple's iPhone is back in full production after being infected with malware at the weekend. The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company had to shut down parts of its factories. Chief executive CC Wei told reporters he was "Shocked and surprised" that the attack had taken place. The company did not comment on where the malware may have originated. It is often listed as one of the world's largest semiconductor manufacturers.
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