Yesterday iOS Released. After people's mixed reaction still iOS getting Good Reviews. But Today
Jose Rodriguez, a 36-year-old soldier living in Spain’s Canary Islands, has found a security vulnerability in iOS seven that permits anyone to bypass its lockscreen in seconds to access photos, email, Twitter, and more. He shared the technique with ME, beside the video on below.
As the video shows, anyone will exploit the bug by swiping up on lockscreen to access the phone’s “control center,” and so gap the timepiece. Holding the phone’s sleep button brings up the choice to power it off with a swipe. Instead, the unwelcome person will faucet “cancel” and double click the house button to enter the phone’s multitasking screen. that provides access to its camera and keep photos, beside the power to share those photos from the user’s accounts, primarily permitting anyone UN agency grabs the phone to hijack the user’s email, Twitter, or Flickr Account.