Apple removes the flaw that hacked the iPhone, telling the NSO group behind hacking

US giant tech company has fixed a security bug on the Apple iPhone, which means hackers can hack the iPhone and other Apple devices without users. In fact, researchers at the University of Toronto’s civil laboratory said the security breach was being used to spy on a Saudi Arabian worker’s iPhone. Israel’s NSO Group is fully confident that the attack is behind the world’s most notorious hacker company, he said.

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Researchers say this security flaw is in Apple’s popular devices, the iPhone, iPhone Max, and Apple Watch. The NSO group issued a statement saying it would continue to provide tools to fight “terrorism and crime.” At the same time, in a blog post, Apple is bringing out security updates for iPhone and iPads because their phone can be hacked from a suspicious PDF file.

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Researchers found the suspicious code on September 7 and immediately reported it to Apple. Detecting abuse known as “zero-clicking” is the first step, as users don’t need to click suspicious links or hacked files to open them. Citizen Lab has previously uncovered evidence that Al-Jazeera abused ero-cyclists to hack journalists and others’ phones.

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