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Warning! Security flaws in Apple iOS 6.1 and Samsung Galaxy S3, Note 2 lockscreen not secure

 

Security flaws in Apple iOS 6.1, and the latest software running on the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Note 2, lets anyone that has got their hands on your phone access some or all of the data on your device.

Reports from The Verge, Engadget, and Ars Technica suggest that a sequence of actions, beginning with pressing the emergency call button, allows various levels of access to each of the devices.

 

via, Mybroadband


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