Vulnerabilities have been discovered in the recently released iOS 7. Apple has issued updates to repair some of the bugs, but even the updates are not flawless.
At the Black Hat USA 2013, Billy Lau, Yeongjin Jang and Chengyu Song from Georgia Tech demonstrated how they could use a maliciously modified charger to hack into an iPhone in less than 60 seconds.
Mobile Malware up by 614%
Mobile Malware has seen the highest growth in the hacker industry over the last year, reaching it’s peak growth this year, at 614%. Growth of 614% in a year is a shocking stastic, but when framed against last years growth of 155%, it becomes even more substantial and the mind boggles at what we’ll be looking at in 2014.
Destroying a myth: the unbreakable SIM card
Your personal information, banking and credit card info can all be at risk. If the phrase”SIM card protection” doesn’t ring a bell, then we strongly advise you to keep reading to learn more.
You don’t need to be a technological genius to know that tablets are all the rage. Take Android tablets for example, Android has seen an increase of 137% in sales since 2011 and shipping an estimated 45 million tablets plus this year.