Apple Fixed Two Zero-Day Vulnerabilities
The tech giant has rolled out surprise iOS and macOS updates fixing zero-day vulnerabilities.
The flaws affected the system kernel and WebKit component.
Both vulnerabilities caught the attention of an anonymous researcher, who then reported the matter to Apple.
Apple explained that an application with kernel privileges might exploit the flaw to execute arbitrary codes on the target devices.
Apple confirmed patching both vulnerabilities via improved bound checks.
The tech giant released the fixes with macOS Monterey 12.5.1, iOS 15.6.1, and iPadOS 15.6.1.
Users should update their respective devices with the latest software releases to avoid threats.
For now, Apple hasn’t explained the level of exploitation for both vulnerabilities
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