2 Latest Actively Exploited Zero-Day Flaws in iPhones, & Macs were disclosed by Apple

Zero Day Flaws in iPhones Macs

Apple launched emergency security patches to deal with 2 new actively exploited zero-day security flaws hampering iPhones and Macs

The Image I/O and Allet frameworks contain the two Apple zero-day vulnerabilities identified as CVE-2023-41064 and CVE-2023-41061.

A buffer overflow problem was discovered by Citizen Lab researchers and is known as CVE-2023-41064. The IT behemoth fixed the issue with better memory management.


“A maliciously created image’s processing could result in arbitrary code execution. Apple is aware of information suggesting that this problem may have been deliberately exploited.”

“A maliciously crafted attachment could execute arbitrary code. Apple is aware of information suggesting that this problem may have been deliberately exploited.”

Apple identified the validation flaw, CVE-2023-41061. The IT behemoth modified its reasoning to correct the problem. By getting the device to open a specially created attachment, an attacker can execute arbitrary code.

With the releases of macOS Ventura 13.5.2, iOS 16.6.1, iPadOS 16.6.1, and watchOS 9.6.2, Apple fixed the issues.

Thirteen actively exploited zero-day vulnerabilities have already been addressed by the organization in 2023. The list of issues the company fixed is below:

  • July 2023 – CVE-2023-37450 and CVE-2023-38606.
  • June 2023 – CVE-2023-32434, CVE-2023-32435, and CVE-2023-32439.
  • May 2023 – CVE-2023-32409, CVE-2023-28204, and CVE-2023-32373).
  • April 2023 – CVE-2023-28206 and CVE-2023-28205.
  • February 2023 – CVE-2023-23529).

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