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Stagefright for iOS and OS X? Don't lower the curtain yet

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Jul 22, 2016.

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    Earlier this year, Cisco’s Talos division reported significant image-processing bugs to Apple, one of which could allow attackers to inject malware or remotely execute code via “iMessages, malicious webpages, MMS messages, or other malicious file attachments opened by any application.” These flaws were patched in Apple’s current operating systems in its July 18 update. Some media outlets immediately dubbed this Apple’s “Stagefright,” referring to a severe Android flaw discovered a year ago that could access or hijack an Android phone via an MMS message. But the details don’t support this level of concern, despite the seeming severity of the flaws.

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