Apple released a host of security patches including iOS 10.3.2 patches, which patches nearly two dozen security flaws in everything from AVEVideoEncoder to Safari, along with containing updates for tvOS, Safari, and macOS systems and iCloud and iTunes for Windows.

The update also fixed denial of services issues in Notifications and Safari, respectively, along with a certificate validation issue which existed in the handling of untrusted certificates, according to Apple.

Apple also patched multiple memory corruption issues which could lead to arbitrary code execution in WebKit and a host of other issues including an AVEVideoEncoder flaw,  a CoreAudio bug, two iBooks bugs, an IOSurface bug, two Kernel bugs, four SQLite flaws, and a TextInput bug.

Apple said it does not disclose, discuss or confirm security issues until an investigation has occurred and patches or releases are available.