iPhone OS 3.1.3 für iPhone und iPod touch verfügbar

iPhone OS 3.1.3 für iPhone und iPod touch verfügbar

Apple hat das iPhone OS 3.1.3 Software-Update für alle iPhone-Generationen und iPod Touch-Geräte veröffentlicht. Das iPhone OS 3.1.3 Software-Update für das iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G und iPhone 3GS sowie den iPod Touch lässt sich über die iTunes-Aktualisierung laden und ist bis zu 291 Megabyte groß, dazu muss vorher das Gerät mit dem Computer verbunden werden.

iPhone OS 3.1.3 Software-Update

iPhone OS 3.1.3 umfasst die folgenden Updates

Dieses Update für das iPhone und den iPod touch enthält Fehlerbehebungen und andere Verbesserungen, einschließlich:

  • Verbessert die Genauigkeit der Batteriestatusanzeige beim iPhone 3GS.
  • Behebt ein Problem, bei dem die Apps von Drittanbietern gelegentlich nicht starten.
  • Behebt einen Fehler, der das Abstürzen von Apps beim Benutzen der japanischen Kana-Tastatur verursacht.

iPhone OS 3.1.3 Firmware Update Kurzanleitung

  • Achte darauf, dass du die neueste Version von iTunes verwendest. Verbinde das iPhone mit deinem Computer.
  • Wenn iTunes geöffnet wird, wählst du das iPhone links im Quellenbereich unter "Geräte" aus.
  • Klick im Bereich "iPhone-Übersicht" auf "Nach Update suchen".
  • Klick auf "Laden und installieren". Trenn das iPhone erst dann vom Computer, wenn der Ladevorgang beendet ist.

About the security content of iPhone OS 3.1.3 and iPhone OS 3.1.3 for iPod touch

CoreAudio - CVE-ID: CVE-2010-0036

  • Available for: iPhone OS 1.0 through 3.1.2, iPhone OS for iPod touch 1.1 through 3.1.2
  • Impact: Playing a maliciously crafted mp4 audio file may lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution
  • Description: A buffer overflow exists in the handling of mp4 audio files. Playing a maliciously crafted mp4 audio file may lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution. This issue is addressed through improved bounds checking. Credit to Tobias Klein of trapkit.de for reporting this issue.

ImageIO - CVE-ID: CVE-2009-2285

  • Available for: iPhone OS 1.0 through 3.1.2, iPhone OS for iPod touch 1.1 through 3.1.2
  • Impact: Viewing a maliciously crafted TIFF image may lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution
  • Description: A buffer underflow exists in ImageIO's handling of TIFF images. Viewing a maliciously crafted TIFF image may lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution. This issue is addressed through improved bounds checking.

Recovery Mode - CVE-ID: CVE-2010-0038

  • Available for: iPhone OS 1.0 through 3.1.2, iPhone OS for iPod touch 1.1 through 3.1.2
  • Impact: A person with physical access to a locked device may be able to access the user's data
  • Description: A memory corruption issue exists in the handling of a certain USB control message. A person with physical access to the device could use this to bypass the passcode and access the user's data. This issue is addressed through improved handling of the USB control message.

WebKit - CVE-ID: CVE-2009-3384

  • Available for: iPhone OS 1.0 through 3.1.2, iPhone OS for iPod touch 1.1 through 3.1.2
  • Impact: Accessing a maliciously crafted FTP server could result in an unexpected application termination, information disclosure, or arbitrary code execution
  • Description: Multiple input validation issues exist in WebKit's handling of FTP directory listings. Accessing a maliciously crafted FTP server may lead to information disclosure, unexpected application termination, or execution of arbitrary code. This update addresses the issues through improved parsing of FTP directory listings. Credit to Michal Zalewski of Google Inc. for reporting these issues.

WebKit - CVE-ID: CVE-2009-2841

  • Available for: iPhone OS 1.0 through 3.1.2, iPhone OS for iPod touch 1.1 through 3.1.2
  • Impact: Mail may load remote audio and video content when remote image loading is disabled
  • Description: When WebKit encounters an HTML 5 Media Element pointing to an external resource, it does not issue a resource load callback to determine if the resource should be loaded. This may result in undesired requests to remote servers. As an example, the sender of an HTML-formatted email message could use this to determine that the message was read. This issue is addressed by generating resource load callbacks when WebKit encounters an HTML 5 Media Element.
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