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Ispravka na Ajfonu 17.2: Revolutionary Solution to Bluetooth AttacksRecent Update Resolves Bluetooth Vulnerability on iPhones

Summary

For a while now, iPhone users have been plagued by Bluetooth attacks. However, it appears that Apple has finally addressed this issue with the release of the latest update to the iOS operating system, iOS 17.2. According to tests conducted […]

Ispravka na Ajfonu 17.2 konačno rješava problem sa napadima preko Bluetootha

For a while now, iPhone users have been plagued by Bluetooth attacks. However, it appears that Apple has finally addressed this issue with the release of the latest update to the iOS operating system, iOS 17.2.

According to tests conducted by renowned tech portals “ZDNet” and “9to5Mac,” this new updated iOS operating system successfully blocks Bluetooth attacks.

Previously, a small device called the “Flipper Xtreme,” developed by the company “Flipper,” exploited a vulnerability in the iPhone operating system, sending a large number of Bluetooth alerts to nearby devices. In order to prevent these attacks, users had to completely disable Bluetooth on their iPhones.

However, after updating to iOS 17.2, it turns out that the number of attacks significantly decreases. When attempting to hack an iPhone using the “Flipper Zero” device, “ZDNet” and “9to5Mac” noticed only a few pop-up windows appearing, compared to the previously overwhelming number.

Despite the lack of details about the exact fix, it is recommended that users update their iPhones to the latest version of the iOS operating system, iOS 17.2, in order to protect themselves from potential Bluetooth attacks.

FAQ:

1. What problem does the update to iOS 17.2 solve?
The update to iOS 17.2 resolves the issue of Bluetooth attacks on iPhones.

2. What is the function of the “Flipper Xtreme” device?
The “Flipper Xtreme” device allowed for the sending of a large number of Bluetooth alerts to nearby devices.

3. What did “ZDNet” and “9to5Mac” notice after updating to iOS 17.2?
After updating to iOS 17.2, “ZDNet” and “9to5Mac” observed a decrease in the number of Bluetooth attacks.