Apple patches actively exploited zero-day in WebKit

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Apple patches actively exploited zero-day in WebKit
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Apple patches actively exploited zero-day in WebKit

The use-after-free vulnerability could enable an attacker to run arbitrary code execution on vulnerable devices

Apple has released security updates to address a new zero-day bug in its WebKit browser engine that is allowing threat actors to execute arbitrary code to compromise iPads, iPhones, and MacOS devic...

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