Apple released security updates that address vulnerabilities in multiple products, to include iOS, macOS, Xcode, Safari, iCloud, iTunes and tvOS.
The latest Apple iOS 12.2 update fixes 51 vulnerabilities and numerous other bugs in CFString, configd, Contacts, CoreCrypto, Exchange ActiveSync, FaceTime, Feedback Assistant, file, Geoservices, iAP, IOHIDFamily, IOKit, IOKit SCSI, Kernel, Mail, Messages, Power Management, Privacy, ReplayKit, Safari, Siri, TrueTypeScaler, Webkit, Wi-Fi, and XPC.
The iOS Webkit updates address 18 vulnerabilities in total, to include nearly 10 memory corruption bugs that could result in arbitrary code execution. One of the fixed iOS kernel vulnerabilities CVE-2019-8514 could result in elevation of privileges.
Apple also provided updates for Mac operating systems to include: macOS Mojave 10.14.4, Security Update 2019-002 High Sierra, Security Update 2019-002 Sierra.
Apple updated Xcode in version 10.2, which impacts macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 or later. The update fixes a kernel vulnerability CVE-2018-4461 that could allow an application to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges
The list of other Apple products updated include:
Users should update their Apple devices as soon as possible.