iOS 14.7.1 and macOS Big Sur 11.5.1 close vulnerabilities potentially exploited in the past

iOS 14.7.1 and macOS 11.5.1 were released a few days after the release of the previous releases. These timely updates close important security holes that may have been used in the past.

In a new supporting document published on its website, Apple reveals the corrected vulnerabilities affecting the framework IOMobileFrameBuffer. A flaw allowed the potential execution of arbitrary code with kernel privileges, all due to a problem with memory management. Apple has made improvements in its memory management phase to prevent all sorts of unauthorized code execution.

The same vulnerability was also corrected on macOS with release 11.5.1, the support document for which is available at this link.


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