Remotely Compromising iOS via Wi-Fi and Escaping the Sandbox

iOS 10 security enhancements include a new notification when users connect to open Wi-Fi networks. Remotely Compromising iOS via Wi-Fi and Escaping the Sandbox describes exactly how iOS devices can be remotely compromised over Wi-Fi without user interaction or complicity. iOS Wi-Fi attacks bypass all built in mitigations and sandboxes. Researchers present the routes to arbitrary code execution outside of the iOS sandbox and discuss a security monitoring framework for safeguarding operating systems.

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