Thursday, 23 April 2020

Apple patches iOS flaw that allowed access to your data

An iOS flaw has been discovered, which would allow hackers to crash and reset an iPhone or iPad and gain access to some of the stored data. The vulnerability is in the Mail app and is activated by sending a special email, even a blank one, which causes the device to crash. From there the hacker could gain access to the device's emails and even its entire data by using a kernel exploit. The flaw is zero-click on devices running iOS 13, which means that the user doesn't need to open the email in order to get hacked - it's received in the background and starts wreaking havoc. The...

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