This security vulnerability in WebKit could allow hackers to take advantage of the “use after free” bug to run certain code on a user’s device. This will cause some problems, especially if hackers make code execution that can harm users.
This is the second patch by Apple in 2022. As is known, in early 2022, they brought an update to patch a kernel flaw as well as a Safari bug that could leak browser history and user Google account info.
Even though it looks like they are launching rudimentary software, at least they are competing with hackers who are looking for ways to break into the security system on Apple’s devices.
Engadget (13/2) reports that in addition to patching security holes, the macOS update will bring battery life improvements for Intel-based MacBooks. Apart from that, there are also improvements to their Braille feature.