Apple’s iOS 14.4 fixes three security bugs ‘may have been actively exploited’

Apple on Tuesday released iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4 with security fixes for three bugs which “may have been actively exploited,” the company said in its security update pages for iOS and iPadOS 14.4 (here).

The App Library in iOS 14 makes it easier for users to get to all of their apps with a simple, easy-to-navigate view at the end of the Home Screen pages.
Apple’s iOS 14

Zack Whittaker for TechCrunch:

Details of the vulnerabilities are scarce, and an Apple spokesperson declined to comment beyond what’s in the advisory.

It’s not known who is actively exploiting the vulnerabilities, or who might have fallen victim. Apple did not say if the attack was targeted against a small subset of users or if it was a wider attack. Apple granted anonymity to the individual who submitted the bug, the advisory said.

Apple said additional details would be available soon, but did not say when.

MacDailyNews Take: These iOS and iPadOS 14.4 bugs should be more than enough impetus to update ASAP to iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4 if you haven’t already done so.


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  1. Apple needs to drop the requirement of a wi-fi connection to install updates. It’ll be days before I’ll be able to update. Get a clue Apple – we don’t all live with broadband everywhere.

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