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Until Recently, Websites Were Hacking iPhones




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                                        Visit a website, and boom-your iPhone is hacked. That nightmare vulnerability was plaguing iPhones until a Google team warned Apple about it in February, the Verge reports. Google's Project Zero team found that they were hacking websites. "There's no target discrimination," says Google's Project Zero team. "We estimate that these sites receive thousands of visitors per week."
                                    

That meant hackers could place an implant that accessed the phone's keychain, allowing them to grab credentials or certificates and stuff like messaging apps like iMessage and WhatsApp. A simple reboot would delete the implant, but by then the implant had already been passed. 90 days and Apple rolled out a fix after six days with iOS 1

2.1.4, via TechCrunch. Apple had no comment on the matter. (Read more Apple stories.)

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