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|14th February 2013, 14:36||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
iOS 6.1 bug allows user to bypass Lockscreen security code
iOS 6.1 has been pretty much a nightmare for Apple and its users. It has had a lot of connections issues, syncing issues, battery issues and so on and so forth. And now there's a pretty big security issue that has just surfaced.
Users can now bypass a Lockscreen code by simply using a rather straightforward sequence of buttons. As you can see in the video above the whole process is done in a few seconds and it gives users access to a lot of areas of the phone including: the Phone app, Contacts, voicemail and even pictures.
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