About the security content of Pages 3.0, Numbers 3.0, and Keynote 3.0 for iOS

This document describes the security content of Pages 3.0, Numbers 3.0, and Keynote 3.0 for iOS.

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Pages 3.0, Numbers 3.0, and Keynote 3.0 for iOS

Released September 13, 2016

Pages, Numbers, and Keynote

Available for: iOS 10.0 and later

Impact: Opening a maliciously crafted document may lead to unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution

Description: A memory corruption issue existed in parsing a maliciously crafted document. This issue was addressed through improved memory handling.

CVE-2016-7672: Reno Robert

Entry updated April 3, 2017

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