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Turn Off FaceTime in Apple iOS Now, Experts Warn
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jason899889
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4/21/2019 | 11:17:40 AM
Re: Another level of hack
Not bad not bad)
MelBrandle
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2/26/2019 | 2:46:28 AM
So.. What then?
While I'm sure that this threat is legitimate in terms of allowing some strange person to access your phone and other tech devices, I can't fathom what kind of danger having access to sound and audio could make. I mean, how could this cause a disruption? Perhaps I'm not thinking like a terrorist, but I think that there wouldn't be much impale even if someone were to commandeer those functions of my mobile device?
ThomasMaloney
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2/14/2019 | 1:03:12 AM
Another level of hack
This is a huge breakthrough in the realm of security hacks so far. I have just disabled my FaceTime function and even pasted a small sticker to cover the front camera of my phone. I know I am not someone who anyone would want to even hack, but that level of paranoia is just erupting as we speak.


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