Saturday, February 16, 2013

How to unlock 'ANY' new iPhone

Many of the tech geeks would already know it - but this how it is done: Unlocking 'Any' new iPhone, much to the displeasure of Apple.

Relatively simple: All a malicious user has to do is enter a series of button presses and the phones boot into their main screen. It is the third major bug found so far in Apple's latest mobile operating system
All a malicious user has to do is enter a series of button presses and the phones boot into their main screen. It is the third major bug found so far in Apple's latest mobile operating system

Thanks to security bug in iOS 6.1 which allows users to unlock any iPhone. It may be noted that the vulnerability is similar to the one found in iOD 4.1, which took a month for Apple to fix.

The news and the procedure leaked on YouTube in which an accompanying explanation details a relatively simple combination of button presses which can quickly bypass the phone's password screen.

Once entered, it opens the main phone screen where any thief or snoop would be able to make calls, read and send messages, edit contacts, and go through stored data like photos and apps.



Breach enables hackers to access all of the phone's data through a combination of button presses that bypasses lock screen.

The video detailing the iPhone 5 passcode hack was published onto YouTube by videosdebarraquito at the end of January and has already been viewed nearly 300,000 times.

It tells how a rapid combination of emergency call, keypad, power button and cancel button taps will bypass the phone's security, leaving it accessible to anyone.

In text accompanying the video, the user describes it as an '[e]asy trick that allows bypass an iPhone's passcode and get full access (see and edit) to contacts list, list of recent calls, favorite contacts, and even make a call to any phone number on the hacked device and erase the log.'

Watch the magic video below:


Read more about it at: Mail Online

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