Password Protection Produces Potential Problems
This came from ABC News.com found at: http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/technolog/anyone-can-bypass-your-iphones-passcode-some-practice-required-1C8377251
It may take practice, as well as some really great timing, but anyone with the knowledge, and a little practice can bypass your iPhone’s pass code to make calls.
They can also send out emails and messages, scroll through your call history, view (and edit) your contact information.
This (hacking) was done with an iPhone 5 as well as an iPhone 4.
Both devices were running iOS 6.1, with the very latest update. That update seems to be at the center of the vulnerability.
An Apple spokesperson said they were aware of the problem and would find a fix as soon as possible.
You can read more on the link above.
You iPhone is vulnerable now,
Anyone can show you how,
To bypass your secret code,
And find the mother load,
Of contacts and calls that were made,
Even with Apple’s upgrade.
They’re working to find a fast fix,
To overcome the hackers new tricks.
Let’s hope they find one fast,
Before someone discovers your past.
Come On, Spit It Out.
Really, I’m not all wet when I tell you this.
Public beware. According to a new study, frequent cell phone users slobber and spit more than the average caller.
It sounds to me like some real juicy conversations are going on.
It looks like DNA is flying all over the place.
Don’t slobber when you use the phone,
It will only make some folks groan;
Don’t spit when you talk,
Or drool when you squawk,
If so, you’ll be left all alone.
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