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Apple patches WebKit vulnerabilities in Safari 14.1 update for macOS Catalina, Mojave

Apple on Tuesday released a new version of Safari to address a pair of zero-day vulnerabilities in WebKit that it confirmed were exploited in the wild.The latest Safari 14.1 update for macOS Catalina and macOS Mojave closes two WebKit flaws present in Apple’s current-generation operating systems, according to a security document published today.Detailed in a security disclosure on Tuesday, the two zero-day vulnerabilities — memory corruption and integer overflow issues — could allow malicious web content to execute arbitrary code on a target device. Apple said it was aware of reports that the bugs were exploited in the wild. Read more…
Source: Apple Insider News and Secrets on New Apple Products

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