A security researcher says he's found a way to guess iPhone lock codes without getting blocked after 10 mistakes.
Source: iPhone pwned? Researcher says he can unlock iOS without running out of tries
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By Jed Valderama, Ian Kenefick, and Miguel Ang Our last report on the Necurs botnet malware covered its use of an internet shortcut or .URL file to avoid detection, but its authors seem to be updating it again. Current findings prove that its developers are actively devising new means to stay ahead of the security measures...
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