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Two Critical Vulnerabilities Patched by Apple

Apple releases security updates for iOS, iPadOS and Mac platforms. Updates address two zero-day vulnerabilities that attackers have previously used to compromise devices. Latest update brings the total number of zero days patched by Apple to six since the beginning of the year. No information about these attacks has been made public.

Two Critical Vulnerabilities Patched by Apple

Apple Wednesday released security updates for the iOS, iPadOS, and macOS platforms on Wednesday to address two zero-day vulnerabilities that attackers have previously used to compromise devices. The topics were: CVE-2022-32893 – webkit beyond, a problem that could lead to arbitrary code execution when processing a specially prepared CVE web content-2022-32894 – malicious software that can be used by the operating system to execute arbitrary code in the core of the Apple with the highest privileges allowed beyond a problem with the verification solved both problems by specifying boundary advanced application security vulnerabilities “already actively used might have been”, he added. No information about these attacks has been made public. The latest update brings the total number of zero days patched by Apple to six since the beginning of the year: CVE-2022-22587 (IOMobileFrameBuffer) CVE-2022-22620 (WebKit) CVE-2022-22674 (grafisch Drijver Intel) CVE-2022-22675 (AppleAVD)

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