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Google Spots Attacks Exploiting iOS Zero-Day Flaws

On Thursday, Apple released iOS 12.1.4, the latest version of it’s mobile operating system, which patches four discovered security holes. Two of the vulnerabilities were connected to the recently uncovered FaceTime bug that allowed users to turn on the microphone and camera of the person they were calling.

The other two vulnerabilities enabled malicious apps to escalate privileges and execute arbitrary code. According to a top security researcher with Google, both of these flaws were being exploited in the wild.

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