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iOS 17.3 and macOS Sonoma 14.3 Patch WebKit Vulnerability Exploited

As a result of the software patching an actively exploited vulnerability, Apple today released iOS 17.3, iPadOS 17.3, tvOS 17.3, and macOS Sonoma 14.3. It is advisable to update the latest operating systems as soon as feasible.


The patches resolve a WebKit flaw that would have allowed arbitrary code execution from maliciously created content. According to a report that Apple is aware of, the problem may have been exploited, as stated on its security help page.


In addition, several additional security flaws that were not known to have been exploited in the wild are fixed by Apple software updates. For instance, iOS 17.3 addresses issues with the kernel, Mail, Safari, Shortcuts, Neural Engine, and more.


A fascinating flaw in time zone management once made it possible for programs to view the user’s phone number in system records. The patches also addressed this exploit. Additionally, Apple has addressed several security flaws discovered in the Kernel, WebKit, and Safari.


Keeping your devices running the most recent operating system update is crucial to ensure they’re less susceptible to harmful attacks.

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