iOS 6.1 allows users to view phone hack your application, make your calls

Some jiffy allow hackers iOS 6.1 to access your telephone request, listen to your voice messages and calls.

A YouTube video showing users how to "bypass passcode iPhone 5" on the release of Apple iOS, including the latest iOS 6.1, has been released. The person who uploaded the video shows how anyone can access telephone application on an iPhone protected by password.

To achieve the hack, users should be closer to the deactivation of the iPhone, an emergency call, and keep your finger on the power button. CNET has recreated the hack with ease, and the YouTube user who uploaded the video step by step directions. "To joke [ing] to your friends for a magic show. Use it as you want, at your own risk ... but please ... do not use this trick to do evil" "videosdebarraquito" posted on the YouTube page.

The video was actually released late last month. However, he flew under the radar until discovered The Verge earlier today.

Although the video and orientations show how to circumvent simple code that allows Apple users to enter four-digit unlock, CNET was able to lead the same hack on Apple's option password more sophisticated that allows users to enter text.

During penetration of a device, users can listen to voice messages, calls, and look through the photos of the handset in the contacts section of the phone app. When you try to go elsewhere in the software, the user is returned to the password screen. However, it does not currently appear to be any immediate way to protect against the hack.
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