The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), on behalf of the IT ministry, has issued a “high severity” warning for users of Apple products such as the iPhone, MacBook, Watch, and Apple TV. CERT-In advises customers to upgrade to the most recent software version since Apple products have been determined to contain various security flaws. If you don’t update to the current version, your iPhone or other Apple devices might be tracked, and viruses could be distributed remotely.
Apple devices have been discovered to have vulnerabilities that might allow an attacker to obtain elevated access, overcome security restrictions, execute arbitrary code, and reveal sensitive data on the targeted machine. Memory handling, state management, input validation, checks, handling of file information, state handling, bounds checking, locking, sandbox constraints, access restrictions, and permissions logic are all responsible for the vulnerabilities.
In the most recent version of its software for its products, Apple has fixed a variety of CVEs. It is highly recommended that you go to Settings and tap the Update button if you have an Apple device. If customers do not upgrade, Apple advises that processing a maliciously constructed audio or picture file may result in the disclosure of personal information.