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Apple fixes 49 security vulnerabilities in iOS 9.1 and OS X El Capitan 10.11.1

In the latest updates OS X El Capitan 10.11.1, iOS 9.1 and watchOS 2.0.1 Apple has fixed a number of dangerous security vulnerabilities. It is reported by Securitylab.

This week Apple released security fixes for its products. Update got operating systems for smartphones iPhone, iPad tablet, iPod touch, Macs and smart watch Apple Watch, as well as Safari, Xcode and the iTunes application.

For OS X El Capitan was released 10.11 10.11.1 update that, in addition to various improvements in the operating system, fixed 49 vulnerabilities. Flaws allowed a remote user to compromise the system when victim visit the malicious site, and when opening certain applications and files. The update also fixes vulnerabilities in WebKit, ImageIO, and the core of the system.

The fix eliminated the gap, operated by the utility to implement the jailbreak from Pangu. Apple has updated the OS software, eliminating some of the related vulnerabilities. For users of legacy OS X 10.9.5 Mavericks has been released a patch that eliminates a “hole” security in the EFI firmware. In the update for iOS 9.1 have been fixed the same vulnerabilities in OS X El Capitan.

The developers have also released an updated version of the Safari browser. It was fixed 9 vulnerabilities in WebKit that could allow a remote user to execute arbitrary code when the victim clicks on a malicious link.

In the development environment was Xcode fixed the problem of type cast in programs Swift.

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