Mar 21

Yesterday we wrote that Apple released iOS 6.1.3 to Maps in Japan, prevent the jailbreak tool “evasi0n” from working and to fix a passcode security bug. However, just one day after the iOS 6.1.3 release, another passcode security flaw has been discovered. It looks like that this vulnerability affects the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5, and involves the Voice Dial command as shown in the video above. » New iPhone Passcode Security Flaw Discovered in iOS 6.1.3

Sep 12

The 2.1 iPod firmware has a new security feature present. You have the option of making the iPod erase all of it’s data after ten wrong passcodes have been entered. This seems like it would be a great feature, since there are many ways to bypass the security passcode presently and see some personal data such as email, contacts, and text messages, including one that doesn’t even need jailbreaking. » Firmware 2.1 has a data wipe feature after 10 passcode failures