Apple fixed two dozen security bugs in its products, including three flaws that are actively being exploited in the wild. According to Google Project Zero's Ben Hawkes, the three flaws are: remote code execution, memory leak, and kernel privilege escalation bugs.
- Google Project Zero analyst Shane Huntley tweeted that the Apple bugs are not related to election targeting.
- The Center for Internet Security warns that the three bugs pose a high risk to government and business organizations.
- Including the Apple flaws, Project Zero has reported seven zero-day bugs since Oct. 20.