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Apple Security Update Fixes Zero-Day Webkit Exploits

Apple recommends users update to iOS 17.1.2, iPadOS 17.1.2 and macOS 14.1.2. Google’s Threat Analysis Group discovered these security bugs. Apple has patched two zero-day vulnerabilities affecting iOS, iPadOS and macOS; users are advised to update to iOS 17.1.2, iPadOS 17.1.2 and macOS 14.1.2. The vulnerabilities were discovered by Google’s . . . Read more

Urgent! Apple fixes critical zero-day hole in iPhones, iPads and Macs

by Paul Ducklin The second-ever Apple Rapid Security Response just came out. That’s where the very latest versions of macOS, iOS and iPadOS get emergency patches that: Don’t take as long for Apple to build, test and publish as a full version update would. Don’t take as long to download . . . Read more

Apple patch fixes zero-day kernel hole reported by Kaspersky – update now!

by Paul Ducklin Right at the start of June 2023, well-known Russian cybersecurity outfit Kaspersky reported on a previously unknown strain of iPhone malware. Most notable about the original story was its strapline: Targeted attack on [Kaspersky] management with the Triangulation Trojan. Although the company ultimately said, “We’re confident that . . . Read more

Apple issues emergency patches for spyware-style 0-day exploits – update now!

by Paul Ducklin Apple just issued a short, sharp series of security fixes for Macs, iPhones and iPads. All supported macOS versions (Big Sur, Monterey and Ventura) have patches you need to install, but only the iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 mobile versions currently have updates available. As ever, we . . . Read more

Apple devices get urgent patch for zero-day exploit – update now!

by Paul Ducklin Apple has just pushed out an emergency “one-bug” security update for its mobile devices, including iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches. Even users of older iPhones who are still on the officially-supported iOS 12 version need to patch, so the versions you should be updating to are as . . . Read more

Apple’s latest updates are out for iPhones and Macs – get them now!

by Paul Ducklin When it comes to updates, Apple doesn’t do “predictable”. Other organisations such as Microsoft, Mozilla and Adobe are well-known for publishing updates not only frequently but also regularly. Indeed, with those companies, you don’t just get updates at least once a month (or once every four weeks . . . Read more