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  • Hacker Discovered Seven Zero-Day Exploits in Safari

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        Hacker Discovered Seven Zero-Day Exploits in Sfari to Hack iPhone/Mac Camera

        Security engineer and hacker Ryan Pickren found seven zero-day vulnerabilities in Safari and was able to construct a kill chain using just three of them to hack the iPhone camera successfully. The vulnerabilities also affected the MacBook’s camera…(CVE-2020-3852, CVE-2020-3864, CVE-2020-3865, CVE-2020-3885, CVE-2020-3887, CVE-2020-9784, & CVE-2020-9787)

        Apple validated all the seven bugs and shipped a fix for the 3-bug camera kill chain in Safari 13.0.5 update which was released on January 28. The remaining four vulnerabilities were less severe and fixed by Apple in the Safari 13.1 release on March 24.

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