New iMessage exploit allows hackers to hijack your iPhone by simply sending you a message

A new, “interaction-less” bug in iMessage was recently discovered that could allow hackers to gain access to your iPhone. The exploit being interaction-less means that you don’t need to do anything—download any files or click any suspicious links—to get your device compromised. What’s even worse, you don’t even need to open the iMessage app for the exploit to work.

At the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas this week, Google Project Zero researcher Natalie Silvanovich showed off a number of these so-called interaction-less bugs in iMessage that could be used to gain remote …

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