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Google Hackers Reveal Websites Hacked Thousands of iPhone Users Silently for Years

[2019-08-30 17:00:00]

Google researchers tasked with finding zero-day vulnerabilities in the wild revealed on Thursday that a small collection of websites had been aimlessly infecting iPhone users since at least 2017. The sites received thousands of visitors per week, researchers said....

Google Hackers Reveal Websites Hacked Thousands of iPhone Users Silently for Years


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