What you need to know A bug with the iOS 13 beta (public and developer) lets strangers access your iCloud Keychain passwords. The bug lets them bypass the normal security of Face ID, Touch ID or a password. Luckily it's only an issue if someone is already inside your iOS or iPadOS device. The bug bypasses the security of Face ID or Touch ID. iOS 13 is still in its beta form, which means there are countless bugs affecting users at the moment, but one in particular is quite worrying because it concerns your passwords. First spotted by a Reddit...
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A few months back I received a private message in regard to some upgrades I could make to my "bulky keychain" by a subscriber
In this video I show the ...