Apple has released a security patch for 2 zero-day flaws, allowing an attacker to perform remote code execution on a target system.
The latest patch released by Apple has addressed 3 security bugs, including memory corruption issue in ASN.1 Decoder (CVE-2021-30737) and two flaws concerning the Webkit browser engine that could achieve remote code execution.
A memory corruption issue that allows an attacker to perform arbitrary code execution.
A use-after-free issue that could be exploited to perform arbitrary code execution.
● Exposing sensitive information to unauthorized parties
● Malware infection
● Execute of unwanted/malicious programs/codes
● Unauthorized access
● Install the latest patch released by Apple
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