‘Unpatchable’ Exploit Found in iPhone’s Secure Enclave Processor


The team behind Pangu jailbreak has seemingly managed to find an “unpatchable” vulnerability in the Secure Enclave Processor (SEP) of the iPhones. If true, this could be a big deal as the SEP is used by Apple to store sensitive data such as Apple Pay details, Touch ID/Face ID data, and more.

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