[BleepingComputer] Apple fixes bug that breaks iPhone WiFi when joining rogue hotspots

Apple has rolled out iOS 14.7 earlier this week with security updates to address dozens of iOS and macOS vulnerabilities, including a severe iOS bug dubbed WiFiDemon that could lead to denial of service or arbitrary code execution. […]

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