Just days after the arrival of major updates for Apple's operating systems, the company has released a fresh round of security updates for macOS, iOS, iPadOS and watchOS.
A memory corruption issue that could see maliciously crafted web content being processed may lead to arbitrary code execution on all those platforms has seen an update being made available today.
Norway-based Vivaldi Technologies has released a beta version of its browser for the Android platform, with the app aimed at power users, same as its desktop version. A tablet version is in the works.
More attacks on SHA-1 can be expected after a security researcher took apart the PDFs which were released last week to illustrate the means of breaking the algorithm detailed by a Dutch team and Google.
The SHA-1 collision attack unveiled on Thursday has claimed its first victim, with the version control system used by the WebKit browser engine becoming corrupted after the two proof-of-concept PDF files that were released by the researchers were uploaded to the repository.
Apple's latest set of security updates covers a relatively short list of issues, but Mac OS X and iOS are both affected, along with Safari for Mac and Windows.
Much of the excitement around iOS 4.2 concerns the arrival of new functionality. But the update also includes a shed-full of security fixes, especially for the iPad. Apple has also updated the software for the current-model Apple TV.
Apple has updated its Safari browser, delivering several minor improvements plus a laundry list of security fixes. Versions 4 and 5 for both Mac OS X and Windows and Safari are affected.
iOS 4.1 delivers a range of new features to the iPhone and iPod touch, as well as multiple security fixes.
Apple has moved with uncharacteristic speed to patch a security flaw that exposed certain personal information to attackers. 14 other flaws have been fixed as well.
Work is underway on WebKit2, a successor to the WebKit framework behind Apple's Safari browser and other applications. One of the main changes is to run web content in a separate process to the application user interface.
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