Apple iPhones Expose All Your Data

Do you have anything on your iPhone you’d like to keep private? Not from hackers but from family, friends, co-workers or anyone who can pick up your phone? The latest version of iOS 12.1 allows anyone who knows a few keystrokes to bypass the security features of your iPhone and view, save and send your data.

According to The Hacker News and other sources, a Spanish security researcher Jose Rodriguez figured out a clever method of gaining access to virtually any information on an iPhone just a few hours after Apple thought it had fixed the same type of problem with a new release of iOS, the phone’s operating system. Perhaps most troubling is these steps to not require a clever hacker or careless user. Anyone can follow these series of steps to bypass all the security features of your iPhone.

At MyProfyle, we believe this threat is further proof that everyone’s information is at risk from many different sources and that we are all exposed multiple times per year. The solution to identity fraud is not to try to lock your identity or seek unobtainable privacy but to control your identity – not just your credit – by putting yourself in the position know of, approve or decline activity conducted in your name. That’s MyProfyle Free For Life ™ Identity Protection.

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