This Hacker Team Hacked The iPhone. Wins $1 Million For It
Nov 05, 2015 16:26
A hacking team has successfully claimed a million-dollar prize for hacking into the new iPhone operating system. Listed as the bounty by a new startup, Zerodium, hackers were given the challenge of remotely jailbreaking the latest versions of Apple's mobile iOS 9.1 and 9.2b on a new iPhone or iPad.
The attack was required to go through Apple's Safari browser, Google Chrome, or a multimedia message.
The winning team submitted their exploits after a few hours before the Zerodium bounty expired, of which, a number of vulnerabilities have been discovered in Chrome and iOS that by passes "almost all mitigations" resulting in a "remote and full browser-based jailbreak."
The information of this hack is pretty valuable since government agencies would definitely want their hands on this. Not to mention Apple and Google too.
Meta Description: Now that the new iPhone 2018 had released, a lot of Android users are considering switching over to the new iPhone. In this article, we’ll show you the easiest way to transfer data from Android to iPhone. Read more
As we are living in a digital world, where most of the things related to the working of any organization are executed online and networking is also one of those things. Every organization needs to be networked so as to facilitate it with the communication capabilities. Read more