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Apple’s devices aren’t immune to hacking, but for years, they seemed to be. While other vendors like Microsoft faced the brunt of complex exploits targeting the enterprise market, macOS and iOS didn’t face the same level of pressure as a consumer-focused vendor. 

Yet, this appears to be changing. During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Atlas VPN reported that Apple’s product vulnerabilities increased by 467% in the second half of 2021 to 380 exploits. 

Likewise, this year alone, there have been 8 publicly disclosed zero-day vulnerabilities used in attacks on iPhone and Mac devices. The most recent, CVE-2022-32917, enables an attacker to run malicious code on a user’s device with kernel privileges. 

While no vendor is immune to vulnerabilities, Apple devices are becoming a bigger target for cybercriminals to exploit, particularly as they enter enterprise environments. 


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