Bugs That Apple Fixed In The Second Beta Of iOS 13.4.5

Apple has fixed several bugs in the second beta version of iOS 13.4.5, and we have summed them up:

Email Security Bugs

San Francisco-based cybersecurity company ZecOps has announced that it discovered two zero-day security bugs affecting the Apple iOS Mail app.

ZecOps claims that one of the vulnerabilities could allow attackers to remotely infect iOS devices by sending large amounts of memory-consuming emails, while another vulnerability could allow remote code execution. Using these vulnerabilities, attackers can leak, modify, and delete user emails.

These two zero-day vulnerabilities exist in all versions between iOS 6 and iOS 13.4.1. ZecOps said that Apple has fixed these security bugs in the second beta of iOS 13.4.5. We expect that iOS 13.4.5 should be released publicly in the next few weeks.

In the meantime, ZecOps recommends that users use third-party email apps such as Gmail or Outlook.

Italy Flag Emoji Bug

A Reddit post that was written today suggesting that there is a bug existing on Apple devices that could cause iOS to crash when sending an Italian flag emoji along with characters in the Sindhi language in Messages, Mail, and other apps like Telegram.

It appears that the system crash happens when an incoming notification is received with the problem-causing characters. So we recommend people who are reading this article to disable Notifications in the Settings app.

Though according to MacRumors, a person who has a device running on iOS 13.4.5 reported that the issue is fixed in the second beta of that update.

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