Apple has asked all of its customers to update their iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Because hackers could get full access to these devices through security holes in iOS. Which runs Apple iPhones, iPads, and Macs computers, is first found to use these problems.
Any iPhone starting with the 6S, any iPad starting with the 5th generation, any iPad Pro, any iPad Air 2. Any Mac running the macOS Monterey operating system is all vulnerable.
Apple has released two security reports that say both the WebKit (which powers Safari and other browsers). The kernel has security holes (the foundation of the operating system).
Webkit is also said to have a bug that cybercriminals could use to run arbitrary code on a device by showing it malicious content.
The second report says that bad people could use the kernel vulnerability to run any code that the kernel allows them to run. If they are doing this, they will become able to control the gadgets in every way.
Security experts have told people who own the affected Apple devices that they should update to the latest software as soon as possible to stop hackers from taking full control of their devices.
Even though Apple has set to release patches for the models that are vulnerable. The company hasn’t said anything else about the security flaws. The company recommends that you use the latest version because it has important security fixes. Apple has not said anything else about the problems.