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Code override in iPhone allows hackers to share your images

hackersThe effort of hackers to bypass their security iPhone it's not something new and it's something that's going on all the time. In response, Apple continues to improve its software to keep attackers away.

Now another hack was discovered. This iOS passcode hack allows hackers to view and share private images stored on an iPhone without having to enter the phone.

Ο Jose Rodriguez, who is fanatical with technology and hobbits hacking on iPhone devices, has many times overtook iPhone security. He has published iPhone hacks and techniques many times. On several occasions, Apple has been able to find fixes for them only after learning about hacks.

And now it was able to bypass iPhone security and display / share images.

In a video that she posted, iOS vulnerability can be seen as part of the device's accessibility features. He used the iPhone VoiceOver function and the Siri digital assistant to access the photo gallery, open photos, and send them to another device he chose.

On October 8, Apple released iOS 12.0.1 which corrected the last two bugs discovered by Rodriguez. While the first was the VoiceOver iOS Accessibility feature, another was Quick Look, which gave access to documents to hackers.

If your iPhone or iPad has not been updated yet, you can check for updates using iTunes on your desktop.

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