Apple releases urgent security patch for zero‑day bug under active attack

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The bug exists in Webkit, the browser engine which powers the Safari browser across all Apple devices

Apple has released another security update for iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches, to patch a critical zero-day bug under active attack by hackers. In a security advisory, Apple said that 'process...

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