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This security flaw could disable your iPhone or iPad, but Apple is on it



Less than two weeks after Apple was accused of being reckless over an iOS security vulnerability, the company has addressed the problem, issuing a patch for iPhone and iPad devices. 

The new security update tackles a recently discovered denial of service vulnerability, named “doorLock”. The vulnerability, first uncovered by security researcher Trevor Spiniolas, affects Apple HomeKit, in iOS versions 14.7 through 15.2. HomeKit is a software platform for the creation of smart home apps. 



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