Serious security holes shake Apple again

Apple | Dec 13, 2017 | Master3395

Could open doors and control the home.

A security hole found in iOS 11.2, the latest version, made it possible to break into HomeKit. This is just one of many serious holes Apple has had to plug in its software in recent weeks.

Very serious mistake
The error is sealed by Apple, because parts of this job could be done in their server systems, but when the gap was open, it was possible, albeit difficult, to get into houses and garage doors controlled by third-party manufacturers that associate their equipment with Apple's operating system on iPhone and iPad.

The bug fix is not complete as it disables shared users. A bug fixes early next week.

Keywords: apple, security

Sources: 9to5mac

Author: Master3395


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