This week, Apple released security patches for many of their popular products. The updates include security fixes for iOS, tvOS, watchOS, Safari, and Xcode. Combined, they fix tens of vulnerabilities, including some pretty serious, Wi-Fi-related code execution flaws in iOS. Of note, Apple didn’t release a security update for OS X yet. Watch the video below for quick highlights, but be sure to apply the corresponding patches if you use any of the affected products.
Episode Runtime: 1:22
Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCJGPYj1pVU
Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept)
Peter Marshall says
The thing that ticks me off about Apple and their iOS updates is that when there’s a new OS out there they don’t patch the old one. So the only update for my iPhone 6 running 9.3.5 is iOS 10.3.3 and soon it’ll be iOS 11. And past experience (my largely unusable (old) iPad with a (much) newer OS than it started with, sooooooo sssslllloooowwwwww) suggests I don’t want to do that to my phone. Just patch to 9.4 already! Apple eh?