Controversial software was able to use this flaw to affect branded devices without even clicking the user-deceived link or button.
Apple Corps announced on Monday (September 13) that the controversial Pegasus software from the Israeli company NSO had fixed a computer flaw that could infect branded devices without even clicking the user link or button. Citizen Lab researchers have discovered that the Saudi enthusiast’s iPhone is infected with Apple’s messaging system iMessage.
According to the University of Toronto’s cybersecurity organization, Pegasus is using this vulnerability. “At least since February 2021. ⁇This exploitation, which we call FORCEDENTRY, targeted Apple’s image rendering library and worked against Apple’s iOS, MacOS and WatchOS devices.இயக்க, operating systems for mobile phones, computers and smartwatches from the Apple brand.
⁇Apple is aware of the report that this flaw could be exploitedThe technology company noted in an update note released Monday. Citizen Lab was instrumental in bringing to light the mass espionage scandal through the Pegasus in July.
In France, according to the Federation of 17 Media, an issue arose with Emmanuel Macron, former Prime Minister Edward Philippe and 14 members of the government.In the list of numbers selected by the Moroccan State Security Service, the user of Pegasus spyware, for possible piracy“In total, according to the general amnesty and banned stories, this case is about a list of 50,000 phone numbers selected by NSO customers since 2016. Pegasus allows.”Buy your own NSARon Debert, director of the Citizen Laboratory, was mocked by the U.S. intelligence agency in July. Apple did not immediately respond to an AFP request.
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