Apple claps back at Google’s claims of iPhone vulnerabilities

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Surprise, surprise, your iPhone isn’t as vulnerable to being hacked as Apple’s chief rival says it is.
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The accusations Google recently made about iOS security flaws were greatly overstated, deliberately “stoking fear” in iPhone users, according to Apple. The iPhone maker points out that the issues were much more narrow than its rival indicated, and were online for only a brief time.

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Researchers cracked iCloud Keychain and bypassed App Store approval processes.
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What You Need To Know About Today’s Apple Hack

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What Happened?

According to Apple, a “small number” of its employees computers were compromised due to a vulnerability in Java.

How Did It Happen?

It appears that this zero-day exploit is the same one that resulted in a number of Facebook employees having malware installed on their laptops as a result of visiting a mobile developer website that had been compromised: Apple says their employees were infected “through a website for software developers.”