One of the best new iOS 15 features may also have a serious security flaw
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iCloud Private Relay service leaking users' true IP addresses
Cybersecurity researchers have flagged a potential zero-day vulnerability in Apple's new iCloud Private Relay service for iOS 15 , through which it can leak users' true IP addresses.

Offered as a free upgrade provided for paying iCloud users in Apple's latest mobile operating system update, iCloud Private Relay allows users to hide their IP addresses and DNS requests from websites and network service providers.

However, Sergey Mostsevenko, a researcher and developer at security vendor FingerprintJS, discovered that the service leaks IP addresses through the WebRTC API.

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