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  1. thymaster's Avatar
    Simple method and yet Apple engineers didn't think of the security flaw. I will use this trick when my friends are sleeping over and post hilarious status on their Facebook page.

    https://bgr.com/2014/12/02/apple-iphone-touch-id-hack/

    I'm glad I have picture password. No one is going through my phone when I'm sleeping.
    Last edited by thymaster; 12-09-14 at 05:24 AM.
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    12-09-14 05:14 AM
  2. jaydee5799's Avatar
    i think all security has a flaw...this one is pretty funny that a 7 year old figured it out.
    12-09-14 06:44 AM
  3. MmmHmm's Avatar
    Simple method and yet Apple engineers didn't think of the security flaw. I will use this trick when my friends are sleeping over and post hilarious status on their Facebook page.

    https://bgr.com/2014/12/02/apple-iphone-touch-id-hack/

    I'm glad I have picture password. No one is going through my phone when I'm sleeping.
    Not a very nice thing to do to your friends.
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    12-09-14 06:55 AM
  4. early2bed's Avatar
    I will use this trick when my friends are sleeping over and post hilarious status on their Facebook page.
    Why stop at that? Grab their credit cards and car keys and go on a shopping spree. Take embarrassing photos. You must be loads of fun to be friends with.

    Your friends locked their phones because they didn't want strangers and perhaps casual acquaintances getting access to their phones but what they really needed to worry about was a friend like you.

    Try to do as much as you can the first time as people don't usually trust you very much after that.

    You'll show them. Good times.
    Last edited by early2bed; 12-09-14 at 07:11 AM.
    12-09-14 07:01 AM
  5. BBUniq01's Avatar
    Why stop at that? Grab their credit cards and car keys and go on a shopping spree. Take embarrassing photos. You must be loads of fun to be friends with.

    Your friends locked their phones because they didn't want strangers and perhaps casual acquaintances getting access to their phones but what they really needed to worry about was a friend like you.

    Try to do as much as you can the first time as people don't usually trust you very much after that.

    You'll show them. Good times.
    Think OP was joking.

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    12-09-14 07:11 AM
  6. hoonigan99's Avatar
    Yeah really, if OP still has sleepovers I'm sure their friends can handle a couple goofy facebook statuses.

    BB for Life
    12-09-14 07:17 AM
  7. early2bed's Avatar
    Think OP was joking.

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    So was I.
    12-09-14 07:18 AM
  8. donnation's Avatar
    How old are you where you have friends sleeping over?
    12-09-14 07:23 AM
  9. qbnkelt's Avatar
    I'm so glad for the character of my friends and that I'm surrounded by people who respect others' privacy and possessions. And thankfully I haven't taken part in activities that would cause the police to come after me.
    Go figure. Brings to mind the cliches about being the company you keep and actions speaking louder than words.
    No worries about Touch ID. I'm not susceptible to FUD.
    Brilliant child. He'll be a handful and will either go far or find himself in legal difficulty.

    Sent from my gorgeous sexy white BEAST of a Note 4 ❤
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    12-09-14 07:25 AM
  10. anon(832122)'s Avatar
    Simple method and yet Apple engineers didn't think of the security flaw. I will use this trick when my friends are sleeping over and post hilarious status on their Facebook page.

    https://bgr.com/2014/12/02/apple-iphone-touch-id-hack/

    I'm glad I have picture password. No one is going through my phone when I'm sleeping.
    I don't even use a lock when I'm at home. I have an app that disables it when connected to my home WiFi. I've never had a concern that my kids are going to pick up my phone and use it because they have always been taught that you don't use things that belong to others without getting permission. My kid would know exactly what would happen if they pulled this so this isn't a concern of mine.

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    12-09-14 07:26 AM
  11. early2bed's Avatar
    Pro tip you don't even have to wait until someone's asleep. If you asked to look something up on Google or maps most people would just give you their phone and you can just go to town right then
    12-09-14 07:30 AM
  12. ymb's Avatar
    Great "hack" haha

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    12-09-14 07:33 AM
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    12-09-14 08:58 AM
  14. fattyacid's Avatar
    Clever. If great money is involved one just can just "cut" his way though an iphone.

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    12-09-14 09:10 AM
  15. qbnkelt's Avatar
    HAHA! Post #693 from this thread... I knew it.

    http://forums.crackberry.com/rehab-o...3/index28.html
    In answer to the meme.....like this.....

    Even a 7 Year Old Boy Can Break into an iPhone 6 Fingerprint Touch ID Technology-imageuploadedbytapatalk1418137949.820732.jpg



    Sent from my SEXY GORGEOUS AWESOME GOLD 128G iPhone 6
    12-09-14 09:12 AM
  16. qbnkelt's Avatar
    Most of the time like this....Even a 7 Year Old Boy Can Break into an iPhone 6 Fingerprint Touch ID Technology-imageuploadedbytapatalk1418138027.884009.jpg


    Sent from my SEXY GORGEOUS AWESOME GOLD 128G iPhone 6
    12-09-14 09:13 AM
  17. qbnkelt's Avatar
    But nearly always like thisEven a 7 Year Old Boy Can Break into an iPhone 6 Fingerprint Touch ID Technology-imageuploadedbytapatalk1418138194.318186.jpg


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    12-09-14 09:16 AM
  18. TGR1's Avatar
    But nearly always like thisClick image for larger version. 

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    OMG cuteness mega overload.
    12-09-14 10:14 AM
  19. qbnkelt's Avatar
    OMG cuteness mega overload.
    Hehehe...couldn't resist....


    Sent from my SEXY GORGEOUS AWESOME GOLD 128G iPhone 6
    12-09-14 10:17 AM
  20. shaleem's Avatar
    But nearly always like thisClick image for larger version. 

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    One of the most adorable pics I've ever seen!!!
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    12-09-14 11:15 AM
  21. thymaster's Avatar
    Thanks BBUiq01

    Think OP was joking.
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    Geez people have a sense of humour. Obviously I don't have sleepover anymore.

    The whole point of this thread is Apple Finger print scanning has a flaw and there are endless things a person can do to your phone if it can be access that easily.

    It doesn't have to be the authorities or a thief getting access into your privacy but it might as well be someone close to you like your friends and family. Scary thought.
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    12-09-14 01:12 PM
  22. donnation's Avatar
    Thanks BBUiq01



    Geez people have a sense of humour. Obviously I don't have sleepover anymore.

    The whole point of this thread is Apple Finger print scanning has a flaw and there are endless things a person can do to your phone if it can be access that easily.

    It doesn't have to be the authorities or a thief getting access into your privacy but it might as well be someone close to you like your friends and family. Scary thought.
    Really? We all act like we work for National Security in here. Most people in here have regular jobs and their phones don't contain information containing ultra sensitive data. Even in here this thread the big threat is "oh my god they could change my Facebook status!" Give me a break. If a thief came up to me and asked me to unlock my phone by putting my fingerprint on it or he was going to shoot me then I would oblige because there is nothing I have on my phone that isn't as sensitive as protecting my life or a family members life. I would do the same thing if they held a gun to my head and said "unlock your Blackberry with this picture password thing you have on your phone." If a family member when I was sleeping got into my phone by putting my fingerprint on it big deal. What are they going to get? Are they going to see porn? Inappropriate texts? Nothing short of anything that might be at the most embarrassing for someone.

    If a police officer was asking me to unlock my phone I'm assuming they would have a good reason to be asking and I would do it if I was being accused of something wrong and wanted to prove my innocence.

    Most people in here don't keep national security secrets on their phone. So what is someone getting if they get access to it? Emails, photos, texts? I'm not protecting the country with classified data on my phone. For those that are yeah I could see this being scary. For the dad who's 7 year old unlocked his phone I don't think the kid did anything that caused a crisis in this mans life. We talk security in here so much because it's something to cling to with BB but at the end of the day it's an overblown topic and no phone is truly secure if someone wants in it bad enough.
    12-09-14 01:37 PM
  23. FSeverino's Avatar
    The funny thing is that people will say that this is just the same as writing down your password or telling someone.

    It isn't. I can write my password down and you will have no idea where it it, or if you see four random numbers it can be a password to anything. I can tell someone my password and change it.

    Fingerprint passwords are basically pointing an arrow right at the owners hand and telling them 'this is my password, right here'

    Sure, you can't forget your password... but everyone else will know what it is too.

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    12-09-14 01:50 PM
  24. qbnkelt's Avatar
    Really? We all act like we work for National Security in here. Most people in here have regular jobs and their phones don't contain information containing ultra sensitive data. Even in here this thread the big threat is "oh my god they could change my Facebook status!" Give me a break. If a thief came up to me and asked me to unlock my phone by putting my fingerprint on it or he was going to shoot me then I would oblige because there is nothing I have on my phone that isn't as sensitive as protecting my life or a family members life. I would do the same thing if they held a gun to my head and said "unlock your Blackberry with this picture password thing you have on your phone." If a family member when I was sleeping got into my phone by putting my fingerprint on it big deal. What are they going to get? Are they going to see porn? Inappropriate texts? Nothing short of anything that might be at the most embarrassing for someone.

    If a police officer was asking me to unlock my phone I'm assuming they would have a good reason to be asking and I would do it if I was being accused of something wrong and wanted to prove my innocence.

    Most people in here don't keep national security secrets on their phone. So what is someone getting if they get access to it? Emails, photos, texts? I'm not protecting the country with classified data on my phone. For those that are yeah I could see this being scary. For the dad who's 7 year old unlocked his phone I don't think the kid did anything that caused a crisis in this mans life. We talk security in here so much because it's something to cling to with BB but at the end of the day it's an overblown topic and no phone is truly secure if someone wants in it bad enough.
    I've got a friend who routinely walks away from her computer which she doesn't lock. And she leaves herself logged onto FB. So her daughter comes over and posts ridiculous statements like "the rabbit died" or "I just got married to my boyfriend when he was on parole" or better yet, this week, "I'm a reindeer."

    Practical jokers don't need to grab your phone. And as I said, the people in my life are respectful of my things as I am of theirs. Tanya.....well,....it's her mum....
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    12-09-14 02:43 PM
  25. early2bed's Avatar
    Fingerprint passwords are basically pointing an arrow right at the owners hand and telling them 'this is my password, right here'
    As opposed to taking out your smartphone in public which is basically pointing an arrow to yourself and saying "I'm now going to enter my passcode on this device."
    12-09-14 03:36 PM
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