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Trust Wallet Warns of Critical iOS iMessage Zero-Day Exploit

Cryptocurrency wallet provider Trust Wallet has issued a warning to iOS users about a critical zero-day exploit affecting the iMessage service. The exploit reportedly allows hackers to take control of iPhones without the need for users to click on any links.

Trust Wallet urges iOS users to disable iMessage until Apple releases a patch to address the vulnerability. The company claims that the exploit is being sold on the dark web for $2 million.

Some security experts have expressed skepticism about Trust Wallet’s warning. However, the company maintains that its information is credible and comes from reliable sources.

The warning comes as Apple has recently released emergency security updates to fix two zero-day vulnerabilities in iOS.

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The zero-day exploit reportedly allows hackers to take control of iPhones without the need for users to click on any links.
Trust Wallet claims that the exploit is being sold on the dark web for $2 million.
Some security experts have expressed skepticism about Trust Wallet’s warning.
The warning comes as Apple has recently released emergency security updates to fix two zero-day vulnerabilities in iOS.

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