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Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware

Attackers exploited a zeroday vulnerability in Apple’s iTunes and iCloud programs to infect Windows computers with ransomware without triggering antivirus protections, researchers from Morphisec reported on Thursday. Apple patched the vulnerability earlier this week. The vulnerability resided in the Bonjour component that both iTunes and iCloud for Windows relies on, according to a blog post. …

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Jailbreak iOS 13.1.2 On iPhone X, SE Demoed Using checkm8 Exploit

Jailbreak iOS 13.1.2 on iPhone X and SE might soon be possible thanks to this demo shown using checkm8 exploit. Here are the details. Hacker qwertyoruiop has shared a video clip of an iPhone SE and iPhone X being booted using the checkm8 exploit. The iPhone SE is running iOS 13.1.2 while the iPhone X …

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Attackers exploit 0-day vulnerability that gives full control of Android phones

Attackers are exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in Google’s Android mobile operating system that can give them full control of at least 18 different phone models, including four different Pixel models, a member of Google’s Project Zero research group said on Thursday night. There’s evidence the vulnerability is being actively exploited, either by exploit developer NSO …

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New zero-day Android exploit targets Pixel, Galaxy phones—and hackers are already using it

Google’s Project Zero team is warning Pixel, Pixel 2, Galaxy S9, Huawei P20, and millions of other Android phone users that a new zero-day vulnerability could let a hacker take full control of your phone. And what’s worse, there is evidence that it is being actively exploited in the wild. As first spotted by Ars …

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Webkit zero-day exploit besieges Mac and iOS users with malvertising redirects

Enlarge / Artist’s impression of a malicious hacker coding up a BlueKeep-based exploit. Attackers have bombarded the Internet with more than 1 billion malicious ads in less than two months. The attackers targeted iOS and macOS users with what were zero-day vulnerabilities in Chrome and Safari browsers that were recently patched, researchers said on Monday. …

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