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APPLE-SA-2014-04-22-2 iOS 7.1.1
iOS 7.1.1 is now available and addresses the following:
CFNetwork HTTPProtocol Available for: iPhone 4 and later, iPod touch (5th generation) and later, iPad 2 and later Impact: An attacker in a privileged network position can obtain web site credentials Description: Set-Cookie HTTP headers would be processed even if the connection closed before the header line was complete. An attacker could strip security settings from the cookie by forcing the connection to close before the security settings were sent, and then obtain the value of the unprotected cookie. This issue was addressed by ignoring incomplete HTTP header lines. CVE-ID CVE-2014-1296 : Antoine Delignat-Lavaud of Prosecco at Inria Paris
IOKit Kernel Available for: iPhone 4 and later, iPod touch (5th generation) and later, iPad 2 and later Impact: A local user can read kernel pointers, which can be used to bypass kernel address space layout randomization Description: A set of kernel pointers stored in an IOKit object could be retrieved from userland. This issue was addressed through removing the pointers from the object. CVE-ID CVE-2014-1320 : Ian Beer of Google Project Zero working with HP's Zero Day Initiative
Security - Secure Transport Available for: iPhone 4 and later, iPod touch (5th generation) and later, iPad 2 and later Impact: An attacker with a privileged network position may capture data or change the operations performed in sessions protected by SSL Description: In a 'triple handshake' attack, it was possible for an attacker to establish two connections which had the same encryption keys and handshake, insert the attacker's data in one connection, and renegotiate so that the connections may be forwarded to each other. To prevent attacks based on this scenario, Secure Transport was changed so that, by default, a renegotiation must present the same server certificate as was presented in the original connection. CVE-ID CVE-2014-1295 : Antoine Delignat-Lavaud, Karthikeyan Bhargavan and Alfredo Pironti of Prosecco at Inria Paris
WebKit Available for: iPhone 4 and later, iPod touch (5th generation) and later, iPad 2 and later Impact: Visiting a maliciously crafted website may lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution Description: Multiple memory corruption issues existed in WebKit. These issues were addressed through improved memory handling. CVE-ID CVE-2013-2871 : miaubiz CVE-2014-1298 : Google Chrome Security Team CVE-2014-1299 : Google Chrome Security Team, Apple, Renata Hodovan of University of Szeged / Samsung Electronics CVE-2014-1300 : Ian Beer of Google Project Zero working with HP's Zero Day Initiative CVE-2014-1302 : Google Chrome Security Team, Apple CVE-2014-1303 : KeenTeam working with HP's Zero Day Initiative CVE-2014-1304 : Apple CVE-2014-1305 : Apple CVE-2014-1307 : Google Chrome Security Team CVE-2014-1308 : Google Chrome Security Team CVE-2014-1309 : cloudfuzzer CVE-2014-1310 : Google Chrome Security Team CVE-2014-1311 : Google Chrome Security Team CVE-2014-1312 : Google Chrome Security Team CVE-2014-1313 : Google Chrome Security Team CVE-2014-1713 : VUPEN working with HP's Zero Day Initiative
This update is available through iTunes and Software Update on your iOS device, and will not appear in your computer's Software Update application, or in the Apple Downloads site. Make sure you have an Internet connection and have installed the latest version of iTunes from www.apple.com/itunes/
iTunes and Software Update on the device will automatically check Apple's update server on its weekly schedule. When an update is detected, it is downloaded and the option to be installed is presented to the user when the iOS device is docked. We recommend applying the update immediately if possible. Selecting Don't Install will present the option the next time you connect your iOS device.
The automatic update process may take up to a week depending on the day that iTunes or the device checks for updates. You may manually obtain the update via the Check for Updates button within iTunes, or the Software Update on your device.
To check that the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad has been updated:
Information will also be posted to the Apple Security Updates web site: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222
This message is signed with Apple's Product Security PGP key, and details are available at: https://www.apple.com/support/security/pgp/
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