Apple says many of the iOS vulnerabilities detailed in WikiLeaks release are already fixed | iLounge News WikiLeaks release, but claims, “many of the issues leaked today were already patched in the latest iOS.” The company touted its ongoing commitment to protecting customer security and privacy and urged users to make sure their devices are running the latest version of iOS. WikiLeaks claims the CIA has put a “disproportionate focus on iOS” as a hacking target and kept kno…"> WikiLeaks release, but claims, “many of the issues leaked today were already patched in the latest iOS.” The company touted its ongoing commitment to protecting customer security and privacy and urged users to make sure their devices are running the latest version of iOS. WikiLeaks claims the CIA has put a “disproportionate focus on iOS” as a hacking target and kept kno…">

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Apple says many of the iOS vulnerabilities detailed in WikiLeaks release are already fixed

In a statement posted by Kif Leswing on Twitter, Apple claims that it is working on assessing all of the iOS vulnerabilities detailed in yesterday’s WikiLeaks release, but claims, “many of the issues leaked today were already patched in the latest iOS.” The company touted its ongoing commitment to protecting customer security and privacy and urged users to make sure their devices are running the latest version of iOS. WikiLeaks claims the CIA has put a “disproportionate focus on iOS” as a hacking target and kept known vulnerabilities from Apple in defiance of prior U.S. government promises of disclosure.

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