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iPhone 4 iOS 4.1 security flaw lets anyone bypass your password lock


Newsbrief by Todd Haselton on Tuesday October 26, 2010.

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An iPhone glitch spotted by 9to5Mac lets users access locked iPhone 4 devices running iOS 4.1 by pressing a series of buttons. If a user taps "Emergency Call," on an iPhone 4, dials a non-emergency number, and then clicks "Send," the user will then be able to access the main Phone application, which includes the dial pad, contacts (send an email or SMS), voicemails, favorites, and recent calls. Engadget said that if you hold down the menu button to access voice controls, you'll be able to access the iPhone's music, too.

source: 9to5Mac, via: Boy Genius Report

 
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