[SecurityWeek] Apple Security Flaw: How do ‘Zero-Click’ Attacks Work?

Apple has spent the past week rushing to develop a fix for a major security flaw which allows spyware to be downloaded on an iPhone or iPad without the owner even clicking a button. But how do such “zero-click” attacks work, and can they be stopped?

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[SecurityWeek] ICS Patch Tuesday: Siemens and Schneider Electric Address Over 50 Vulnerabilities

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