Tag Archives: iOS

Apple claims hackers did not use fresh iOS 0-day

hackers use iOS 0-day

Earlier this week, ZecOps specialists reported about 0-day vulnerability in iOS, which, according to their data, hackers exploited since 2018 or even longer. However, Apple claims hackers did not use fresh iOS 0-day. The researchers wrote that exploiting the vulnerability does not require any interaction with the user, and attackers …

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Vulnerability allows attackers to listen and intercept VPN connections

Vulnerability intercept VPN connections

Researchers from the University of New Mexico discovered a vulnerability affecting Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, macOS, iOS Android, and other Unix-based OSs. Vulnerability allows to listen, intercept and interfere with the operation of VPN connections. The bug got the identifier CVE-2019-14899, and the root of the problem lies in …

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Vulnerability in Signal messenger allows spying on users

Signal Vulnerability Spying on Users

In the Android version of the Signal secure messenger has been identified a logical error that allows spying on users. With the vulnerability, criminals can initiate a call and automatically answer it without the consent of the user. In other words, with the help of a bug, you can turn …

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