Google Project Zero
A week after iOS 14.5, there's a new emergency update to fix two new serious vulnerabilities.
A Google security researcher found bugs that allowed him to take over nearby iPhones with a Raspberry Pi and just $100 in WiFi gear.
Google found at least seven critical bugs being exploited by hackers in the wild. But after disclosing them days ago, the company has yet to reveal key details about who used them and against whom.
The company from Cupertino is hiring researchers who specialize in hacking iOS for other companies.
Google’s Project Zero recently reported the issue, which the Signal maintainers have now fixed.
After several high profile attacks and embarrassing slip-ups, Apple’s perception as the secure consumer device is starting to crack.
It may be the biggest attack against iPhone users yet.
Apple accidentally unpatched a vulnerability it had already fixed, making current versions of iOS vulnerable to hackers.
A Google researcher announced that he is planning to release a powerful tool for iOS 11 that the security community thinks it can use to jailbreak the iPhone.