Updates put a security vulnerability in operating systems that According to experts from Citizen Lab It has been exploited by cyber attackers and some governments to install malicious code known as Pegasus.
Pegasus spyware can steal personal data, passwords, or activate the device’s microphone and camera from the device. The attackers targeted various lawyers, journalists and activists among others.
Pegasus spyware is dangerous in that it can enter devices without any user intervention. Hackers just need to send a private message via iMessage, which the user doesn’t even have to open.
The Pegasus program is likely backed by the Israeli company NSO Group. To spy on journalists, activists and others using Pegasus indicated Non-profit Amnesty International in July this year.
Availability of updates for iOS 14.8And iPad OS 14.8And macOS Big Sur 11.6.1 Update a watchOS 7.6.2 Check in device settings. Due to the severity of the vulnerability, do not delay its installation.
Apple releases an update to iOS 14.8 just hours before it officially launches a new version of iOS 15. It will launch the premiere alongside the new iPhone 13 smartphones that we will get to know Tonight at 7 pm..
iOS 15 will be installed by users of the iPhone 12 series, iPhone 11, iPhone X models, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE (1st and 2nd generation) and iPod Touch (7th generation).
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