Visible to the public "Google Researchers Disclose Vulnerabilities for 'Interactionless' iOS Attacks"Conflict Detection Enabled

Two members of Google's team of security analysts dedicated to finding zero-day vulnerabilities in software products, called Project Zero, have released details on six critical vulnerabilities that affect the iOS operating system. These vulnerabilities are considered to be interactionless in that users do not need to interact their iOS device for the vulnerabilities to be exploited. Four of the security bugs can enable the execution of malicious code, while the other two bugs can allow attackers to leak data and read files. The iOS 12.4 update released earlier this month addressed these vulnerabilities. This article continues to discuss the iOS security flaws discovered by Google researchers and the presentation that will be given at the 2019 Black Hat security conference about these vulnerabilities.

ZDNet reports "Google Researchers Disclose Vulnerabilities for 'Interactionless' iOS Attacks"