Day after day let’s not encounter a new software vulnerability. It is now seen that these vulnerabilities persist for months, and cyber attackers are rocking as they wish. Although software platforms notice the gap, it is too late.
11 different zero-day deficits discovered
Google’s Project Zero Research by the security team revealed a total of 11 zero-day vulnerabilities, while 4 of them targeted Chrome and Samsung browsers on Android and Windows operating systems, and 7 targeted the Safari browser on the iOS system.
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The attacks, which are stated to be quite sophisticated, have been continuing since February 2020. Attackers find a way to regain access even when patched using different techniques, vulnerabilities, and attack types.
The Google team was only able to detect the attacks in October 2020. It is stated that it takes a long time to detect the method used especially on the iOS side. Attackers exploit vulnerabilities and infiltrate systems using various methods they upload to malicious web pages.
There is no statement from the relevant platform managers yet, but the iOS platform has released a security update last week. Security updates are also released for Windows 10. On the Android side, the old models are very risky. How Google will find a solution to this is eagerly awaited.