Apple has released a new update to fix two zero-day vulnerabilities in iOSIf exploited, hackers can execute malicious code, even on completely up-to-date devices.
The update comes a week after Apple’s launch Major 14.5 update to its iOS and iPadOS platforms.
Apple notes that both security flaws arose in the Webkit browser engine, which not only supports Safari Web browser, but also Mail and the App Store iOS devices.
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Both zero-day vulnerabilities were tracked as CVE-2021-30663 and CVE-2021-30665 and are now fixed. However, in its safety advisories, Apple knows that these issues may have been actively exploited in the wild.
The two patched flaws follow another …