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RSS FeedsApple`s iOS 14.5 adds new security against nasty hackers
(iMore iPhone)


22 february 2021 17:09:52

Apple`s iOS 14.5 adds new security against nasty hackers
(iMore iPhone)

What you need to know New language was discovered in iOS 14.5 beta 2 It focuses on zero-click or 0-click hacking. These are sophisticated attacks. Security firms are happy to see Apple`s new tool, believing it will make our mobile devices more secure. Apple`s about to make it much harder for hackers to take control of unsuspecting iPhones. The company`s second iOS 14.5 beta includes language that focuses on a hacking technique known as zero-click, or 0-click, according to Motherboard. With zero-click attacks, hackers can break into a device without the end-user performing a task. Because no interaction is required, these `sophisticated` attacks are harder for the targeted user to detect. These attacks may now become much rarer, according to several security researchers who look for vulnerabilities in iOS. The change in iOS 14.5 beta 2 centers around ISA pointers and how they relate to an Apple technology called Pointer Authentication Codes, or PAC. As Motherboard explains...

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