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Google employee discovered serious vulnerability in iOS

Felix Krause, an engineer from Google, told about a hole in the privacy settings in the iOS operating system. Thanks to it, applications installed on the iPhone can covertly take photos and videos as soon as they get permission to access the camera. The engineer noted that by letting the application use the camera, we give him the opportunity to: ● access cameras located on the back and front panels; ● create photographs and videos about what is happening at any time; ● upload pictures and video content; ● detect faces in real time to recognize a person or facial expressions / reaction. All this smartphone can do without noticing mlyaya about its owner. 8caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f68caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f68caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f68caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f68caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f68caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f68caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f68caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f68caa42f5a9df53968033bf99609e44f6

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