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macOS Monterey 12.3.1 fixes some operating system issues


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With the release of iOS 15.4.1 and macOS Monterey 12.3.1 on Thursday, Apple has achieved fix some bugs in their operating systems. But best of all, in addition to bug fixes, the company also made security improvements to both operating systems. Some of those improvements include patches for multiple zero-day exploits, a software vulnerability that attackers discovered before the vendor even knew it existed. The normal thing and that is why they are called zero-day is that there are no patches for these vulnerabilities, so it is very likely that the attacks will be successful.

With the release of macOS Monterey 12.3.1 Apple has released patches for multiple zero-day exploits. One of the patched exploits affected both iOS and macOS devices. According to Apple, the exploit allowed malicious apps to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges. But the thing does not stop there. A second exploit found in Intel Graphics drivers, and which only affected macOS, could lead to kernel memory disclosure.

both faults they were discovered by an anonymous researcher and reported to the American company. The end is for them to get down to work and try to solve it, as it has been.

The problem with Macs with Bluetooth management has also been corrected. This system It was disconnecting from the Mac randomly and it was not very clear why.

macOS Monterey 12.3.1 now is available to all users and we can have much more information through this website.

What we have to be clear about is that it is very important keep your devices up to date to the latest versions because it is with these updates that we are fully protected against possible vulnerabilities and failures that may exist.

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