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Apple released a security update for iOS and iPad on Monday to fix a major vulnerability that the firm claims are being exploited in the wild, making it the company's 17th zero-day problem since the start of the year.'
The flaw, dubbed CVE-2021-30883, involves a memory corruption flaw in the "IOMobileFrameBuffer" component, which might let an application run arbitrary code with kernel privileges. Apple stated it's "aware of a report that this problem may have been actively exploited," citing an unnamed researcher as the source of the vulnerability.
Technical details concerning the weakness and the assaults' nature are still unavailable for security purposes. Users are advised to download the new security update as soon as possible.