Your arrow keys feature makes navigating and editing in this reply field a bit challenging
Ooops! I fix that immediately. Thanks for your feedback
What feedback? I don’t remember giving any feed-back. I’m completely unaware what happened and where that money came
More like $800
Researchers have discovered a flaw within Apple’s iPhone SMS feature, an exploit that could allow a hacker access to your iPhone, disabling it and rendering it utterly useless. The exploit was publicized today at Black Hat cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas today.
Cybersecurity researchers Charlie Miller and Collin Mulliner discovered how they can disable any iPhone via a simple SMS. The exploit sent consumers into pandemonium, questioning if they should shut off their iPhone’s as of Thursday, when the exploit was demonstrated and documented to the public. The exploit shows up on the victims device as a single square character.
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