About the security content of Pages 6.1, Numbers 4.1, and Keynote 7.1 for Mac and Pages 3.1, Numbers 3.1, and Keynote 3.1 for iOS

This document describes the security content of Pages 6.1, Numbers 4.1, and Keynote 7.1 for Mac and Pages 3.1, Numbers 3.1, and Keynote 3.1 for iOS.

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Pages 6.1, Numbers 4.1, and Keynote 7.1 for Mac and Pages 3.1, Numbers 3.1, and Keynote 3.1 for iOS

Released March 27, 2017

Export

Available for: macOS 10.12 or later, iOS 10.0 or later

Impact: The contents of password-protected PDFs exported from iWork may be exposed

Description: iWork used weak 40-bit RC4 encryption for password-protected PDF exports. This issue was addressed by changing iWork export to use AES-128.

CVE-2017-2391: Philipp Eckel of ThoughtWorks

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