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Latest iOS 7 exploit could allow hackers to monitor everything you do

26
Feb
2014

Apple’s lineup has been a hotbed of vulnerabilities lately. Just last week Apple was forced to release an update for the sole purpose of correcting an issue with SSL connection verification, and now the team of security experts at FireEye has found another exploit. According to the report, the team at FireEye was able “to bypass Apple’s app review process effectively and exploit non-jailbroken iOS 7 successfully.” Although it has already been reported that jailbroken devices could be vulnerable to certain monitoring techniques, FireEye’s research indicates that the same vulnerability exists within non-jailbroken phones and tablets as well. If you end up installing an app that takes advantage of the exploit, the app could potentially record every screen tap and

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