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The hacker who found a bug with iOS 6.1 says there's another way to access a password-protected iPhone's photos and contacts with iOS 6.1.3.
Apple's latest smart phone software sorts out a bug that let you access an iPhone's Phone app without entering the passcode.
Available for developers, the new beta is designed to resolve a flaw that allows someone to bypass the lock screen.
Apple says a fix is on the way for the exploit that lets people gain access to certain data on locked iPhones. The fix will require a software update though.
Choose a long passcode that consists of only numbers and get the best of both worlds: security and ease of entry.
A Swedish security firms shows that it can break into a passcode-protected mobile phone in a matter of minutes.
A hacker robot takes the brute force approach to guessing smartphone PINs by just punching in numbers until it hits the right combination.
If you have a music or movie collection that won't fit on your iPhone or iPad, this free app makes everything available on demand.
Her car didn't look right. Things were missing. Oh, and what was this cell phone on the seat? All this led to Eliza Webb making a very difficult call.
The PrivacQ case lets you encrypt messages and photos so only another person with the same case and accompanying app can see them.