Posts Tagged ‘iOS bug’

If you are looking to jailbreak iOS 12.1.1 or iOS 12.1, the good news here is that Google’s Project Zero Team member has published pre-iOS 12.1.1 privilege escalation bug that could lead to first public iOS 12 jailbreak. Here are the details.

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A new Siri bug has just been discovered which allows just about anyone to turn off cellular data from lock screen without entering Passcode.

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iOS 10.3 firmware update has finally fixed critical 911 calling bug vulnerability on iPhone. Here are the details on it.

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Here’s a guide on how to fix iPhone text Messages app crash / freeze issue on iOS 10 devices affected by the malicious text message crash bug.

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There is yet another text message circulating around that can crash any iPhone and its native Messages app on iOS 10 or below.

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iPhone 911 call bug has been discovered in iOS which can be used to repeatedly dial a phone number. Here’s how it actually works.

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New research shows how malicious Wi-Fi networks can be used to brick pre-iOS 9.3.1 devices with a new version of 1970 bug. Here’s everything you need to know, including how to protect yourself.

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With the recent release of iOS 9.3 beta 4, Apple has now fixed the iPhone bricking 1970 date bug on affected devices and have added measures to prevent it from happening in future on other devices. Here are the details.

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Apple has issued an official statement on iPhone bricking 1970 date bug, promising to fix the problem on 64-bit devices through an upcoming iOS software update. Here are the details.

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A new date bug has been discovered in iOS that can brick any 64-bit iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. And no, restoring via iTunes wont recover the bricked device in question. Here’s how it works.

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A new scam affecting Apple’s iOS devices has been discovered that attempts to prey on vulnerable users by displaying information contained in an official looking system level alert. The latest attempt at deceiving iPhone and iPad owners has so far reared its ugly head on devices located in the United Kingdom and United States and prompts users to call a supposedly toll free number in order to troubleshoot and fix the fabricated device issue.

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A number of dedicated security researchers from the University of Indiana and the Georgia Institute of Technology have presented proof of a number of zero-day flaws within Apple’s iOS and OS X operating systems. The discovery, which in itself sounds startling and will likely cause concern amongst a lot of Apple device owners, also means that it’s theoretically possible for hackers to essentially crack Apple’s Keychain and remove sensitive information such as passwords directly from the Mac, iPhone or iPad running a malicious software.

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