Apple on Monday issued emergency security updates for iOS, macOS and its other operating systems to plug a hole that Canadian researchers claimed had been planted on a Saudi political activist device by NSO Group, an Israeli seller of spyware and surveillance software to governments and their security agencies. Updates to patch the under active exploit vulnerability were released for iOS 14; macOS 11 and 10, aka Big Sur and Catalina, respectively; iPad OS 14; and watchOS 7. According to Apple,...

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