An iOS and IPOSOS vulnerability reported by security company ZecOps this week (and could lead to hackers controlling an iPhone or iPad using an app) is less critical. This was confirmed by Apple, who was to work on the iOS 13.4.5 and iPadOS 13.4.5 pool.
The Carlertino spoke to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, who says the apples company has taken the report seriously, as they have made all the threats.
Apple responds to a ZecOps report on the vulnerability of the Mail app, saying it does not risk immediate and future software updates. pic.twitter.com/z4ExrmVfK8
– Mark Gurman (@markgurman)
April 24, 2020
"Based on the information provided, we have found that these issues do not pose a threat to our users. The investigator identified three problems in the Email, but not enough that they are beyond the protection of the iPhone and iPad security, and we have not found any evidence of use for our customers," Apple said.
ZecOps He claimed the opposite, and, in addition, claimed that some American businessmen and European journalists were the victims of the attack.
According to a German website Der SpiegelThe German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has warned of very limited opportunities
First article published in Macwelt.