Samsung’s Gear S2 smartwatches could work with iPhones, too (Samsung is “looking at possibilities” to make this happen)

Although they’re Tizen-based smartwatches, the recently announced Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic work with many Android handsets – not just from Samsung, but from many other relevant smartphone makers out there. However, unlike Android Wear smartwatches, which recently gained iOS support, Samsung’s newest wearable devices don’t work with Apple’s…

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Instagram Flaw Leaves iPhones Vulnerable

If your app has a serious security vulnerability, you’d better hope that an enthusiast finds it before a malicious hacker does. An Instagram user recently unearthed a serious flaw in the iOS version, and possibly the Android version as well, […] For more information go to http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com, http://www. GregoryDEvans.com, http://www.LocatePC.net…

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Apple passwords being stolen from jailbroken iPhones via malware

Security researchers have discovered an active malware which steals the apple ID credentials from jailbroken iPhones and iPads. The iOS devices recently started experiencing repeated crashes, often after installing jailbroken-specific customizations known as tweaks which acts as an alternative to Apple’s App Store. The results of the static analysis on…

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Remote Car Ignition via iPhone’s Siri

If you have ever wished for a way to start your car remotely from afar, here’s your solution.  Viper developed a way for users of smart phones to interface with their cars via cell phones and released the application so it could be used with other vehicles.  This guy used…

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Yes, Even iPhones Can Spy on You, Too

An Apple hacker has discovered that Carrier IQ, the shady smartphone software recently found to be logging keystrokes on Android and BlackBerry devices, is also installed on the iPhone. Don’t worry, fanboys. It’s off by default — probably. Related: iPhone Location Tracking Gets Worse: Apple Saves the Data As on…

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