Google security experts discovered 5 vulnerabilities in Safari, Apple's Internet Browser, causing users ' navigation movements to be compromised. The fact that this gap applies to Apple's Safari internet Browser, whose smartphones are available on iPhones, has compromised the personal data of millions of iPhone users.
The security of our personal data is very important in today's technologies. Google security experts conducting research into the security of data have identified a vulnerability in Apple's Safari browser that allows users ' movements to be tracked.
Users of Apple's Safari Internet Browser in order to protect being followed in 2017 intelligent monitoring feature that is added to Prevention; explains hackers an expert in the field, users provided a great opportunity to take your personal browsing habits on the internet.
Google security experts 1 year ago, Apple's mobile operating system iOS, iPhone users ' personal data to allow 14 different vulnerability had been uncovered. 7 of these vulnerabilities were caused by iPhone's Internet browser Safari, while 5 were caused by the operating system. The Google Threat Analysis Group, which shares the vulnerabilities with Apple in full detail, played a major role in ensuring the security of iPhone users with the release of iOS 12.1.4 on February 7, 2019.
The complex algorithm of intelligent anti-tracking technology, owned by tech giant Apple, worked on iPhones with the iOS operating system, making it possible for iPhone users to get malicious information about their rides on safari, the Internet Browser. Using this vulnerability, Google security experts were able to access information about the websites users visited with their iPhone. He also noted that by creating a permanent "digital fingerprint," they can track users using Safari in every corner of the internet.
"You don't expect technologies that improve your privacy to put your privacy at risk," Lukasz Olejnik, a security researcher, said.
While Apple declined to comment on the issue, it made corrections to the vulnerabilities mentioned and discovered by Google's security experts in its mobile operating system, iOS, last December. John Wilander, the Apple engineer behind the smart Tracking Prevention Technology, thanked Google for its support in an article he published at the end of 2019.