When you’re feeling hesitant about putting in Apple’s newly-released iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, or macOS Ventura 13.1 updates, it’s possible you’ll wish to look into them, as they apparently handle greater than 30 separate vulnerabilities.
The updates handle points with every thing from the Graphics Driver to WebKit to the kernel, together with vulnerabilities in Safari, Climate, Pictures, and extra. None of those points had been identified to have been actively exploited within the wild, however updating continues to be essential now that they’re publicly highlighted.
On the macOS finish, the Ventura 13.1 replace addresses the identical points, but additionally features a repair for a WebKit vulnerability that will have been actively exploited towards variations of iOS launched earlier than iOS 15.1, which Apple mounted in iOS 16.1.2.
In case your Mac can’t run the macOS Ventura working system, you possibly can nonetheless set up the brand new macOS Monterey 12.6.2 or macOS Massive Sur 11.7.2 to get safety towards a number of the vulnerabilities.
Keep tuned for added particulars as they turn into obtainable.
By way of MacRumors and help.apple.com