Cybersecurity company ZecOps says software flaws in Apple’s Mail app may have allowed hackers to infiltrate iPhones and other iOS devices for more than a year. Photo: Martin Chan Cybersecurity company ZecOps says software flaws in Apple’s Mail app may have allowed hackers to infiltrate iPhones and other iOS devices for more than a year. Photo: Martin Chan
Cybersecurity company ZecOps says software flaws in Apple’s Mail app may have allowed hackers to infiltrate iPhones and other iOS devices for more than a year. Photo: Martin Chan

Apple finds no evidence hackers exploited iPhone, iPad Mail flaw

  • Apple said newly discovered software flaws in its Mail app were insufficient by themselves to bypass iPhone and iPad security protections
  • The vulnerabilities may have been exploited by attackers since January 2018, according to cybersecurity company ZecOps

Topic |   Apple
Cybersecurity company ZecOps says software flaws in Apple’s Mail app may have allowed hackers to infiltrate iPhones and other iOS devices for more than a year. Photo: Martin Chan Cybersecurity company ZecOps says software flaws in Apple’s Mail app may have allowed hackers to infiltrate iPhones and other iOS devices for more than a year. Photo: Martin Chan
Cybersecurity company ZecOps says software flaws in Apple’s Mail app may have allowed hackers to infiltrate iPhones and other iOS devices for more than a year. Photo: Martin Chan
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