Apple patched vulnerabilities in MacOS that could enable an attacker to carry out a remote code execution (RCE), security restriction bypass, or information disclosure attack. The bugs affected the Catalina, High Sierra, and Mojave versions of MacOS.
- Apple issued an update to MacOS Catalina (10.15.7) that fixed Wi-Fi , iMac graphic card, and iCloud Drive syncing bugs.
- Last week, the company released the eighth beta of the next MacOS version, Big Sur, to developers with a refreshed design to the operating system.
- Apple recently patched security bugs in its other operating systems with the release of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7.0, and tvOS 14.0.