Apple releases iOS 4 to fix dozens of bugs

Share this article:
Apple on Monday released version 4 of its mobile operating system iOS, formerly called iPhone OS, to fix 65 vulnerabilities. The bugs could allow an attacker to run arbitrary code on an affected device, conduct cross-site scripting attacks or obtain sensitive information, Apple said in a security advisory. iOS 4 is available for iPhone 3G and 3GS, along with second- and third-generation iPod Touch devices. Meanwhile, iPad users will have to wait until fall for the same update. — AM
Share this article:

Sign up to our newsletters

More in News

In Cisco probe, misuse or compromise spotted on all firms' networks

In Cisco probe, misuse or compromise spotted on ...

Cisco analyzed the business networks of 30 multinational companies last year, and revealed the findings in its 2014 Annual Security Report.

Fareit trojan observed spreading Necurs, Zbot and CryptoLocker

The Necurs and Zbot trojans, as well as CryptoLocker ransomware, has been observed by researchers as being spread through another trojan, known as Fareit.

Post Heartbleed, tech giants join initiative to bolster open source

Post Heartbleed, tech giants join initiative to bolster ...

The newly formed Core Infrastructure Initiative, created to boost under-funded open source projects, will tackle OpenSSL first.