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Report: Apple fixes bug exposing nude celeb photos - WXIA-TV

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Report: Apple fixes bug exposing nude celeb photos
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Apple has fixed a bug that could have enabled hackers to gain access to iCloud accounts — and then potentially leak nude photos of celebrities — according to a tech report Monday. The now-patched weakness occurred in Apple's Find My iPhone software, ...

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Group of good Samaritans helps capture thief - WKYC-TV

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Group of good Samaritans helps capture thief
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CLEVELAND -- A group of citizens who witnessed a cell phone robbery outside of the West Side Market are being credited with helping the police quickly make an arrest. An Ohio City man was speaking on his iPhone while standing on the sidewalk just ...

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These Three New Features Will Make iOS 8 Apps Work 'Like Magic', According ... - Business Insider Australia

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These Three New Features Will Make iOS 8 Apps Work 'Like Magic', According ...
Business Insider Australia
And iPhone users are going to be blown away by a handful of apps that take full advantage of iOS 8′s new features, says Matt Johnston, chief marketing officer at app testing company Applause (formerly uTest). Applause is a Massachusetts-based startup ...

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This could be the Apple iCloud flaw that led to celebrity photos being leaked - The Next Web

This could be the Apple iCloud flaw that led to celebrity photos being leaked
The Next Web
The vulnerability allegedly discovered in the Find My iPhone service appears to have let attackers use this method to guess passwords repeatedly without any sort of lockout or alert to the target. Once the password has been eventually matched, the attacker ...

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Find My iPhone exploit patched following celebrity photos leak - SlashGear

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Find My iPhone exploit patched following celebrity photos leak
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In a move that may be related to the recent glut of leaked celebrity photos, Apple has patched a "Find My iPhone" exploit that was detailed shortly before the content pilfering took place. It isn't yet known whether the two are related, but the timing has many ...

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