Vulnerability in iOS 7 allows you to bypass lock screen
Amid cheers and praises of the iOS 7 bandwagon, some flaws have been discovered in Apple’s new operating system. A bug allows you to bypass the lock screen of devices running iOS 7 without you having a clue of the lock code or fingerprint stamp.
“To make use of the exploit, you swipe up from the lockscreen to access the new control center and open the alarm clock. You hold the power/lock button for while, which brings up the option to power it off. You cancel that but at this point you can double-tap the home button and open up the phone’s multitasking screen, which gives you access to the camera and stored photos, as well any logged-in email and social networking accounts.”
Here is a YouTube video of a user exploiting the iOS 7 vulnerability on his iPhone:
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