iPhone 13 Pro, Windows, Chrome, Linux and others pwned at Tianfu Cup

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Tianfu Cup is the Chinese version of the Pwn2own in which hackers from Kunlun Lab managed to secure first place by hacking iPhone 13 through a vulnerability in the Safari mobile browser.

The Chinese version of the Pwn2own hacking competition called Tianfu Cup took place from Oct. 16 to Oct. 17 in Chengdu, China.

The competition allowed teams of ethical hackers and security researchers to demonstrate their skills by exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities in popular software products and operating systems.

Some of the known targets in the competition included the following:

Linux Vmware Windows 10 VIVO: S9 5G Chrome browser Safari browser Exchange Server Vmware ESXi Vmware Workstation Ubuntu 20 Adobe PDF reader Docker-CE Parallels Desktop ASUS Router AX56U Xiaomi Mi 11. Full list of targets exploited at Tianfu Cup <img aria-describedby="caption-attachment-88465" class="size-large wp-image-88465" src="https://cyberiqs.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/iphone-13-pro-windows-chrome-linux-others-pwned-at-tianfu-cup-1024×340-1.jpg" alt="iPhone 13 Pro, Windows, Chrome, Linux and others pwned at Tianfu Cup" width="890" height="296"

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