April 22 2020 5:41pm

Bug in iPhone, iPad may have opened door to hackers, security company says

Apple acknowledged this week that there was a vulnerability in its Mail app for iPhones and iPads and said it will be rolling out a fix for millions of devices.
The announcement came after CEO of U.S. security company ZecOps’, Zuk Avraham, said he found evidence that a bug was exploited in at least six cybersecurity break-ins dating as far back as January 2018.
Avraham, a former Israeli Defense Force security researcher, said he suspected that the hacking technique was part of a chain of malicious programs which could have given an attacker full remote access, but Apple declined to comment.

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