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Apple admits there’s a new iPhone security flaw, but says it wasn’t exploited

April 24, 2020

Via: BGR

Reports earlier this week said cybersecurity company ZecOps discovered two zero-day security exploits that can affect the default Mail preloaded on iPhone and iPad. One of the flaws would allow remote code execution, while the other could infect the iOS device by sending emails to an iPhone or iPad users. An attacker would be able to combine these attacks to access a user’s emails. Reports also said that Apple had patched the vulnerabilities in the latest iOS 13.4.5 beta version, and the fixes would be rolled out to all users in the coming weeks.

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