1. anon(10321802)'s Avatar
    https://www.bankinfosecurity.com/app...bility-a-13159

    An attacker would need physical access to the device, but it's still a pretty devastating revelation for people who thought iPhones were any more secure than Android devices.

    Whatever the device you use - even a BlackBerry - it's probably safest to just assume that anyone with the right knowledge and tools can compromise it.
    09-30-19 04:40 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    Whatever the device you use - even a BlackBerry - it's probably safest to just assume that anyone with the right knowledge and tools can compromise it.
    I've lived by that on everything for years. All it ever takes is the right set of eyes to look at things.
    09-30-19 06:10 PM

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