iPhone, iPad and Mac get emergency update for WebKit zero-day
A new zero-day in WebKit is impacting iPhones, Mac devices and iPads. Suspecting the zero-day is being actively exploited, the company is pushing an update.
Apple is implementing a Rapid Security Response (RSR) update on iPhones, iPads and Macs. "This Rapid Security Response provides important ... Read more
Apple releases security updates for WebKit vulnerabilities
Apple has released security updates to combat the exploitation of various WebKit vulnerabilities. These insidious flaws, bearing the names CVE-2023-32409, CVE-2023-28204, and CVE-2023-32373, have set their sights on WebKit, the browser engine championed by Apple in its Safari browser.
Apple also... Read more
Safari 15.4 announces exciting new WebKit features
Safari 15.4 announces various new features, fixes, and updates for all Apple devices.
The Webkit team revealed new features and updates in Safari 15.4, including CSS, HTML, and typography. Webkit – a web-browsing engine – is used by Safari, App Store, Mail, and several other iOS, macOS, and ... Read more
Apple launches patch for serious ACE threat in most iOS versions
Apple published iOS and iPadOS 15.3.1 to patch a serious ACE vulnerability (arbitrary code execution) in iOS. The bug allows hackers to execute code on devices via Chrome, Firefox, Safari and other major browsers.
Apple's policy forbids the organization from sharing details about vulnerabilities... Read more
Google researchers discover new zero-day attack vectors
They found malware campaigns that exploited previously unknown flaws in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and WebKit.
Google released information this week about four zero-day security vulnerabilities that they found "in the wild" earlier this year. Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) and Projec... Read more
Google developer: Safari browser is not an alternative to apps
The idea that web apps can be an alternative to iOS apps doesn't make sense. That is what a Google developer suggests in rebuttal to an earlier claim by Apple as a contradiction in the various investigations into the company's App Store policy.
In a blog post, Google developer Alex Russell talks... Read more
Apple releases unexpected updates for WebKit vulnerability
Apple released software updates on Monday for its iPhone, Mac computers, iPads, and Apple Watch product lines. The updates were to address a vulnerability in the WebKit engine which powers the Safari browser.
The security updates come a little over a month after the release of iOS 14.4 in Januar... Read more
Easy CSS attack can crash any iPhone
A security researcher has found a new way to crash and restart iPhones. For that, he only needed a few lines of code. The code also works for iPads and MacBooks. In the latter case, Safari crashes when a user opens the link.
Security researcher Sabri Haddouche discovered the error in the Apple softw... Read more