Second iOS 7 Security Glitch Unearthed, Lets You Place Calls From Lockscreen

It's barely been days since Apple began globally seeding their new iOS 7 mobile operating system to compatible iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch models, and developers across the globe have been cracking away trying to find glitches in the OS. Here's the second major security flaw to be found in iOS 7 after the recent lockscreen bypassing video which went online yesterday.

The exploit takes advantage of innocent little (or not?) Siri to place calls, send text messages and even post status updates to your connected social networks (which could lead to some embarrassing situations, if your friend gets creative). Check out the video on how to bypass your friend's iPhone running iOS 7, or also to find out how to protect your Ios 7 running iPhone from your mischievous friends.

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Source Forbes
Channel Software
Topics Apple, iPhone, iOS 7, Lockscreen, Lock screen, Security Flaw, Bugs
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