Apple re-releases zero-day patch after fixing browsing issue


A WebKit zero-day vulnerability that was used in attacks has been repaired and re-released by Apple. On Monday, the initial updates had to be pulled because of problems with specific websites’ browsing.

On Tuesday, Apple issued a statement saying that “Apple is aware of an issue where recent Rapid Security Responses might prevent some websites from displaying properly.” The organisation encouraged clients to remove the problematic updates if they were having problems with web browsing after updating and stated that it will soon release updated versions of the unreliable updates.

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