# ** iPhone users should update immediately** ## **Recently, Apple has urgently released patches for iPhone, iPad, MacBook… to fix dangerous security holes currently being exposed. active exploitation in the wild.** According to information from (Apple)(https://www.24h.com.vn/apple-c55e3987.html), there are currently 3 zero-day vulnerabilities being exploited active in the wild, including: **- CVE-2023-32409: **A WebKit vulnerability that could be exploited by attackers to escape the Web Content sandbox. **- CVE-2023-28204: **Out-of-bounds read issue in WebKit can be abused to reveal sensitive information when processing web content. **- CVE-2023-32373: **WebKit error allowing arbitrary code execution when processing web content. These vulnerabilities were reported by Clément Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG), Donncha Ó Cerbhaill of Amnesty International’s Security Lab, and an anonymous researcher. Both vulnerabilities CVE-2023-28204 and CVE-2023-32373 have been patched through security updates (iOS 16)(https://www.24h.com.vn/ios-16-c407e6898.html .4.1 (a) and iPadOS 16.4.1 (a) that Apple released in early May 2023. Meanwhile, the remaining vulnerability has been fixed in the latest update, users can go to Settings – General (general settings) – Software update (software update) – Download and Install (download). about and install). Note, to minimize possible risks, you should back up all data through iTunes or iCloud before proceeding with the update. The latest updates are now available on the following devices: **- (iOS)(https://www.24h.com/ios-c407e4045.html) 16.5 and iPadOS 16.5:** iPhone 8 or later, iPad Pro (all models), iPad Air 3rd generation or later, iPad 5th generation or later, and iPad mini 5th generation or later **- iOS 15.7.6 and iPadOS 15.7. :** iPhone 6s (all models), iPhone 7 (all models), iPhone SE (1st generation), iPad Air 2, iPad mini (4th generation), and iPod touch (7th generation) ** – macOS Ventura 13.4:** macOS Ventura **- tvOS 16.5:** Apple TV 4K (all models) and Apple TV HD **- watchOS 9.5:** Apple Watch Series 4 or later **- Safari 16.5: **macOS Big Sur and macOS Monterey Zero-day vulnerabilities are frequently abused to deploy spyware on the devices of dissidents, journalists, and human rights activists. So far, Apple has fixed a total of 6 actively exploited zero-day vulnerabilities since the beginning of 2023.