06 Jul '11, 11pm

Hackers disclose bug in iOS that could let criminals gain remote control over iPhones, iPads and iPodTouch devices

Hackers have disclosed a bug in software from Apple that security experts said could be exploited by criminals looking to gain remote control over iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices. -- ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN BOSTON - HACKERS have disclosed a bug in software from Apple that security experts said could be exploited by criminals looking to gain remote control over iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices. The security flaw in Apple's iOS operating system came to light on Wednesday as the website jailbreakme released code that Apple customers can use to modify the iOS operating system through a process known as 'jail breaking'. Some Apple customers choose to jail break their devices so they can download and run applications that are not approved by Apple or use iPhone phones on networks of carriers that are not approved by Apple. Security experts warned that criminal hackers c...

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