Less than a week after Apple released iOS 10.3 with over 100 bug fixes and security enhancements; the company has just pushed an emergency patch update – iOS 10.3.1 – to addresses a few critical vulnerabilities, one of which could allow hackers to “execute arbitrary code on the Wi-Fi chip.”
The vulnerability, identified as CVE-2017-6975, was discovered by Google’s Project Zero staffer Gal
Do you know?… Any iOS app downloaded from Apple’s official App Store has an ability to update itself from any 3rd-party server automatically without your knowledge.
Yes, it is possible, and you could end up downloading malware on your iPhone or iPad.
Unlike Google, Apple has made remarkable efforts to create and maintain a healthy and clean ecosystem of its official App Store.
Apple has patched a critical vulnerability in its iOS operating system that allowed criminal hackers to impersonate end users’ identities by granting read/write access to website’s unencrypted authentication cookies.
The vulnerability was fixed with the release of iOS 9.2.1 on Tuesday, almost three years after it was first discovered and reported to Apple.
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