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RSS FeedsiOS 15.0.2 fixes a zero-day vulnerability — doesn`t credit its finder
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14 october 2021 12:04:28

iOS 15.0.2 fixes a zero-day vulnerability — doesn`t credit its finder
(iMore iPhone)

What you need to know Apple has patched a security flaw with the release of iOS 15.0.2. Like a previous fix, Apple has not given credit to the researcher that discovered the zero-day flaw. Researcher Denis Tokarev has been outspoken about Apple`s security practices of late. Apple appears to have fixed a zero-day vulnerability with the release of iOS 15.0.2, but like previous instances, it hasn`t given credit to the researcher who discovered the problem and reported it. Researcher Denis Tokarev has previously had trouble getting Apple to acknowledge security vulnerabilities. Now that Apple is at least fixing the problems he found, it isn`t doing a great job of giving him credit. Seems that they don`t have a separate protocol on handling reports which were already disclosed. And if this message contains a legit excuse, they could save a tiny bit of reputation by making it public. But it`s up to them, I won`t disclose full message until I get credit. 2/3 pic.twitter.com/iG6waUELt...

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