New Delhi (CNN Business)Apple says Google analysts who revealed vulnerabilities in iPhone programming that possibly gave programmers access to the gadgets are making a “false impression” and “stoking fear.”

Cybersecurity specialists at Google’s Project Zero point by point the vulnerabilities in a blog entry before the end of last month, portraying a crusade to abuse “iPhones en masse” through few hacked sites over a time of “at least two years.”

Apple (AAPL) contested those cases in an announcement discharged Friday.

“The sophisticated attack was narrowly focused, not a broad-based exploit of iPhones ‘en masse’ as described,” the organization said. It said the hacked sites used to abuse the vulnerabilities numbered less than twelve and for the most part highlighted substance identified with the Uyghur people group, a prevalently Muslim ethnic gathering from China’s western Xinjiang district.

“Google’s post, issued six months after iOS patches were released, creates the false impression of ‘mass exploitation’ to ‘monitor the private activities of entire populations in real time,’ stoking fear among all iPhone users that their devices had been compromised,” Apple said. “This was never the case.”
The cell phone creator additionally countered Google’s cases about the length of the assaults.

“All evidence indicates that these website attacks were only operational for a brief period, roughly two months, not ‘two years’ as Google implies,” Apple stated, including that it fixed the vulnerabilities in February, 10 days in the wake of getting some answers concerning them.

“At the point when Google moved toward us, we were fixing the abused bugs,” the organization said.

Google (GOOGL) safeguarded its discoveries in an announcement to CNN Business.

“Project Zero posts technical research that is designed to advance the understanding of security vulnerabilities, which leads to better defensive strategies,” the organization said in an announcement. “We stand by our in-depth research which was written to focus on the technical aspects of these vulnerabilities. We will continue to work with Apple and other leading companies to help keep people safe online,” it said.

Apple’s barrier of its product comes just before a media occasion on Tuesday, during which it is relied upon to uncover another line of iPhones.

As it made light of the effect of the vulnerabilities found by the Google scientists, Apple looked to console iPhone clients about the security of their gadgets.

“Regardless of the scale of the attack, we take the safety and security of all users extremely seriously,” it said. “Our product security teams around the world are constantly iterating to introduce new protections and patch vulnerabilities as soon as they’re found. We will never stop our tireless work to keep our users safe.”

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