[SecurityWeek] Apple Patches ‘Actively Exploited’ iOS Security Flaw

Apple late Wednesday pushed out an urgent iOS update with fixes for 11 documented security flaws and warned that one of the vulnerabilities “may have been actively exploited.”

In a barebones advisory, Apple acknowledged the zero-day took aim at a memory corruption issue in IOMobileFrameBuffer, an oft-targeted iOS kernel extension.

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