Did iCloud’s ‘Find My iPhone’ function help hackers steal celebrities’ ‘nude’ photos
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Find My iPhone flaw
Reports suggest a specific coque iphone 5 avec stylet flaw in the ‘Find My iPhone’ service may have been to blame.
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In June, Google announced its Drive service had a flaw that meant private information was at risk from hackers.
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Apple has not commented on the leak, but has previously stressed how important its customers’ privacy is.
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This suggests the hackers were able to obtain the login credentials of the accounts, and pretend to be the user, in order to bypass this encryption.
Earlier today The Next Web spotted code on software development site Github, that would have allowed malicious users to use ‘brute force’ to gain an account’s password on Apple iCloud, and in particular its Find my iPhone service.
Brute force, also known as ‘brute force cracking’, is a trial and error method used to get plain text passwords from encrypted data.
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