Immue discovers new vulnerability in Apple’s iCloud private relay

Immue, an Israel-based cybersecurity company providing holistic anti-bot and anti-fraud defense solutions, claims it’s found concerning vulnerabilities in one of Apple’s latest privacy features — the iCloud Private Relay. While helping organizations across multiple industries stop cyber fraud and bot attacks targeted at their companies, Immue said it detected many of these attacks coming from internet protocols (IPs) associated with Apple and their two supporting Akamai and Cloudflare servers. 

In an exclusive interview with VentureBeat at the ongoing CyberWeek Tel Aviv, cofounders Amit Yossi Siva Levi (CTO) and Shira Itzhaki (CEO) confirmed that threat actors take advantage of the anonymity and web browsing privacy features of Apple’s technology to mask their IPs and launch multiple untraceable attacks.

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