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Researchers say iTunes and Apple’s App Store suffer from a persistent input validation and mail encoding web vulnerability. If exploited, it could allow an attacker to inject their own malicious script.
It’s getting hard to keep track of all the bugs piling up for Apple’s iPhone. Now it seems a glitch in the iOS kernel of Apple’s much maligned iOS 6.1 is responsible for yet another passcode bypass vulnerability, the second to surface this month. Attackers can apparently access users’ photos, contacts and more by following a series of steps on an iPhone running iOS 6.1.