Newly Discovered Zero-Click WiFi Exploit Lets Hackers Access iPhones Remotely

In the recent past, we have seen a slew of iOS vulnerabilities. The latest vulnerability lets hackers access your iPhone using a “zero-click” attack. The zero-click refers to an attack wherein the victim is not required to input anything. In other words, the attacker could gain access to an iPhone remotely.

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