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iOS 14.5 change makes ‘zero-click’ iPhone exploits much harder to pull off – AppleInsider

An upcoming change in iOS 14.5 makes zero-click exploits much harder to carry out on the

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An upcoming change in iOS 14.5 makes zero-click exploits much harder to carry out on the iPhone, several malware researchers have declared.
Apple quietly made the change to the way it secures code running in iOS in an iOS 14.5 beta, suggesting that it could be released with the next public update. Several security researchers uncovered the control, Vicereported Monday.
Specifically, the company has added Pointer Authentication Codes (PAC) to protect users from exploits that inject malicious code…

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