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iOS 15.1 coming week of October 25, will fix iPhone remote wipe exploit

A researcher discovered and reported a remote code execution exploit that could allow an attacker to wipe iPhone and iPad devices running all iOS versions up to iOS 15.Twitter user @RobertCFO posted on Wednesday that he had found a bug that would enable a user to use a high-level proximity Bluetooth LE exploit to remotely wipe iPhones and iPads without any access to the devices. The user also states that he will provide proof of concept at a later date.POC? RCE up to 15.0.X ~ High level proximity based Bluetooth LE exploit to remote wipe iDevices based on proximity alone! No physical device access.In short can put a laptop in a backpack and ride a bike in a city wiping iPhones 🙂 POC date tbd#iOS #iOS15 #iosrce pic.twitter.com/CD7cj9Bna7— Robert (@RobertCFO) October 13, 2021 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Read more…
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