A Google security researcher found bugs that allowed him to take over nearby iPhones with a Raspberry Pi and just $100 in WiFi gear.
Emails between the DEA and NSO obtained by Motherboard explain why the DEA didn't purchase the company's malware in 2014.
Apple says that Google oversold the nature of the hack and that it quickly fixed the vulnerability.
There are caveats and the sellers are only a slice of the exploit market, but two exploit brokers say they’re seeing more iOS attacks now.
After several high profile attacks and embarrassing slip-ups, Apple’s perception as the secure consumer device is starting to crack.
It's a good time to update to the latest version of iOS.