Security researchers at Google say they’ve found a number of malicious websites which, when visited, could quietly hack into a victim’s iPhone by exploiting a set of previously undisclosed software flaws.
Project Zero is the technology company’s team for examining new security vulnerabilities. Ian Beer, from Google’s Project Zero, said in a blogpost that the hacked sites had received thousands of visitors each week.
The researchers found five distinct exploit chains involving 12 separate security flaws, including seven involving Safari, the in-built web browser on iPhones. To read more click the link : https://buff.ly/2NEZpnZ