"Security researchers have found a vulnerability in latest version of iOS 7 which could allow attackers to record users' touch / tap events on non-jailbroken iDevices, including iPhone 5S. Researchers have created a proof-of-concept app that successfully bypassed Apple's app review process. Researchers over at FireEye have claimed that the vulnerability is present in iOS 6.1.x, iOS 7.0.4, iOS 7.0.5 and even in iOS 7.0.6, which was released just a few days before."
(Score: 3, Funny) by gishzida on Wednesday February 26 2014, @11:12AM
Didn't anyone ever tell you not to finger your phone?
(Score: 1) by davester666 on Wednesday February 26 2014, @07:38PM
They held it wrong.
To soon? Or to late?
(Score: 5, Informative) by MrGuy on Wednesday February 26 2014, @11:40AM
...that iOS 7.0.6 is vulnerable. Yes it's a security fix, and yes, it's a few days old. But it was a security fix for a very specific and unrelated flaw.
(Score: 5, Insightful) by nightsky30 on Wednesday February 26 2014, @12:22PM
Agreed. Give them some time, and perhaps they will fix it. Even though I'm not an apple product user, I have friends and family who are. Let's hope they patch quicker than previous vulnerabilities [appleinsider.com]...
(Score: 3, Interesting) by MrGuy on Wednesday February 26 2014, @11:50AM
...all those votes for "Her" for best picture became a little creepier.
(Score: 1) by lou on Wednesday February 26 2014, @02:24PM
Don't worry, that was drowned in the flappy birds' noise.
(Score: 5, Insightful) by Covalent on Wednesday February 26 2014, @12:38PM
That's a (NSA) feature.
You can't rationally argue somebody out of a position they didn't rationally get into.
(Score: 2, Funny) by martink on Wednesday February 26 2014, @06:46PM
Bug Status:- Closed
Reason:- Not A Bug
Resolution:- NSA Feature
(Score: 1) by weilawei on Wednesday February 26 2014, @08:35PM
Came here to post that. You, sir, win the Internets for today.