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Apple Notifies Users of Security Flaw That Could Give Hackers 'Full Admin Access'

Apple reveals serious security vulnerabilities in iPhones, iPads and Macs that could give attackers complete control over these devices I made it

Apple released two of his security reports on the issue on Wednesday, but they didn't get much attention outside of technical publications.

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Apple's description of the vulnerability means hackers can gain "full administrative access" to the device. This allows intruders to impersonate the device's owner and run software in that name, said Rachel Tobac, her CEO of SocialProof Security.

Security experts advise users to update affected devices _ iPhone6S and newer models. Some models of iPad, including 5th generation and newer, all iPad Pro models, and iPad Air 2. and a Mac computer running MacOS Monterey. This flaw also affects some of his iPod models.

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In its report, Apple clarified how, where and by whom the vulnerability was discovered. not. In both cases, we cite anonymous researchers.

Commercial spyware companies such as his NSO Group in Israel identify and exploit such flaws to surreptitiously infect target smartphones, siphon their content, and monitor the target in real time. Known to be exploited in malware.

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NSO Group , a department blacklisted by the US Department of Commerce. The spyware is known to have been used against journalists, dissidents, and human rights activists in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America.

Security researcher Will Strafach said he had never seen a technical analysis of the vulnerabilities Apple had just patched. The company has previously acknowledged similar critical flaws, and Strafach estimates that it has been aware of reports of such security holes being exploited on probably a dozen occasions.

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