Apple Will Pay a Cold $1M for iOS Zero Days: Check Point Says…


Security firm Check Point says it has found a way to hack every iPhone and iPad running iOS 8 right up to betas of iOS 13: that’s approximately 1.4 billion devices.

Demonstrated at DEF CON 2019, the security researchers exploited a vulnerability in the industry-standard SQLite database; tricking a device user searching their contacts into running malicious code that can steal sensitive user data like passwords.

In a 4,000-word report seen by AppleInsider, the company documented how it replaced a part of Apple’s Contacts app, relying on a known, four-year-old

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