San Fransico, located security firm ZecOp’s chief executive, “Zuk Avraham,” detected a shred of evidence that an attacker was taking advantage of the vulnerability as far as back as January 2018. Still, he couldn’t trace who the hackers were.
Apple, which recently announced the launch of Air Pods 3 in 2021, reveals they couldn’t find any evidence for the recently detected security flaws in the native iOS Mail app that shows vulnerability to hackers. We have found no evidence they were used against customers the company said. They doubt the issue admitted, flaws in both the iPhone and the iPad version of its Mail app, enough to dodge the two devices security protection.
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Avraham said that the attackers were taking advantage of the vulnerability as far as back as January 2018.
Apple’s response disagrees with the claim of security researchers at ZecOps. The latter said they could find the evidence that it could have left about half a million users vulnerable to the malicious act and is exploited in six Cybersecurity break-ins.
An open statement by Apple: “Apple takes all reports of security threats seriously. We have thoroughly investigated the researcher’s report and, based on the information provided, have concluded these issues do not pose an immediate risk to our users. The researcher identified three issues would be addressed in our software update soon. We value our collaboration with security researchers to help keep our users safe will be crediting the researcher for their assistance.”
Amidst all these hullabaloos, Apple is all set to launch its second Gen iPhone SE in the amid of Lock down.