iPhone spying bugs revealed by Wikileaks have been fixed, Apple says

The hoard of Apple security vulnerabilities that the CIA could use to bug people’s iPhones have been fixed, the technology company has said.

A series of “zero-day” vulnerabilities available to the intelligence agency were revealed by Wikileaks on Tuesday. Several of the tools had allegedly been developed by GCHQ, the British spy agency based in Cheltenham.

Apple said that to the best of the company’s knowledge, the bugs revealed in the leak of 8,761 documents were fixed in the latest version of iOS, the iPhone and iPad operating system.

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