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Cybersecurity Video: Apple iPhone Vulnerability Exploited In At Least Six Break-Ins

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Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

Sausalito, Calif. – Apr. 23, 2020

A Flaw in Apple’s iPhones and iPads may have allowed hackers to steal data for years.

According to Reuters, the bug was discovered by ZecOps, a San Francisco-based mobile security forensics company, while it was investigating a sophisticated cyberattack against a client that took place in late 2019. ZecOps found evidence that the vulnerability was exploited in at least six cybersecurity break-ins.

A video explains more on this story.

Bug in iPhone, iPad may have opened door to hackers

Apple is planning to fix a glitch

An Apple spokesman acknowledged that a vulnerability exists in Apple’s software for email on iPhones and iPads, known as the Mail app, and that the company had developed a fix, which will be rolled out in a forthcoming update on millions of devices it has sold globally [ ]

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