Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Critical Bug:Single MMS Can Crash Message application On IOS

A solitary instant message could be abused to impair the Messages application on any iPhone because of an as of late found bug.

The bug defect makes the Apple Message application inoperable, making it difficult to pursue instant messages or iMessages.

The defect is not kidding, the application will keep on crashing inspite of when the client closes it or reboot the gadget.

Critical Bug: Single MMS Can Crash Message application On IOS

Steps to be followed:

  • Download the file here.
  • Upload it to iCloud Drive, Dropbox etc.. (just if you want to keep it).
  • Share the file to send it via Message
  • Send it to your victim.
  • Wait for the victim click on it, the Message application freeze and don’t work anymore.
  • Fix the app with this magical link

When you click, iOS want to read the text, the text in the file is very complicated for the system and cause a CPU average: the app freeze. You close the app, want to reopen but iOS want to reload the earlier message but can’t because it’s the vcf file.

The bug is like the “Successful Power” found in May 2015, when clients saw that an instant message containing a string of Arabic content would crash telephones.

Back to the present, there is an uplifting news for those clients that have gotten the malignant message.

There no less than two workarounds to expel the message from the highest point of the inbox:

To Download the Code and recommended Fix

VCF file: vincedes3.com/vincedes3.vcf

Fix link: vincedes3.com/save.html

Another fix: See the post on Twitter

Another fix 2: See the post on Twitter

Critical Bug:Single MMS Can Crash Message application On IOS

By sending yourself a message in Siri, or ask someone else to send you a message.

Once the message is received the Messages app will allow you to open the new message instead of the malicious one.

There is by all accounts an issue with some iPad where the settle does not work, you can attempt interchange settle.

Critical Bug:Single MMS Can Crash Message application On IOS
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