A similar action occurred outside the corporate headquarters of Google. Activists occupied the large green Android 'bot, holding up signs saying, "Immortality now," "Viva Calico," and "Google, please, solve Death." Ten minutes into the action, however, campus security confronted the activists and asked them to leave the premises, stating they couldn't protest on the private grounds.
It's basically the worst security bug in the history of security bugs.
If you are using a Mac running 10.7 or later, an iPhone 4 or later, or an iPad 2 or later, you have to upgrade your OS, right now.
If, like me, you've been putting off upgrading from iOS 6 to iOS 7, bummer. You don't have a choice now.
Here's a site that may test whether you're vulnerable.
Jeff Weinstein said, "Thanks, Apple, for making the Netscape Random Number Seed bug look minor."
Someone else said, "If you want a tour of of the Oval Office, just write 'Mr. President' on your t-shirt. They probably haven't upgraded yet."
It's egregious enough that enemy action isn't entirely out of the question.