Apple Fixes iPhone Security Flaw
Apple says it has a fix for the browser security flaw discovered earlier this week in SOI power devices.
Apple now says it has a fix for the browser security flaw was discovered recently in SOI power devices.
Since the developers released the latest software hack jailbreak for the iPhone over the weekend, it became clear that the path of the leak resolved through an iPhone’s mobile Safari browser the phone has a vulnerability security when it comes to how loads PDF files from the Web.
A spokesman for Apple on Wednesday released this statement: “We are aware of this problem reported, we have developed a solution that will be available to customers in a future software update.”
However, they were given no clues about when the new update is available.
CNET sources said recently that there are two vulnerabilities in the iPhone uncovered with the release of software jailbreak. One of the vulnerabilities in the way the browser parses the PDF, which allows the code to get inside a security sandbox, and the other hole allows the code to exit the sandbox and get the root, or control privileges on the device.
The severity of the vulnerability has spread to Europe where the German government has issued a warning to citizens and is conducting an investigation.