iOS Bug Allows You To Hack Into Any iPhone Without The Security Code

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  1. DroidModderX

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    There is currently a bug in iOS that allows you to bypass the security code to get into an iphone. This hack is similar to hacks shown by RootJunky to bypass the factory reset protection. Using a combination off Siri, iMessage, Face Time, and other tricks the phone can be hacked into. This bug won't be around for long as Apple normally does a pretty good job of patching these things up. Check out the video above for the full process.
     
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    Where was this bug when the government wanted to hack that cell phone?
     
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    I was think the same thing this morning!!


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    So it doesn't really allow you to unlock the device, rather than just showing you pictures loaded on the device, along with contact information. Meh.