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Bad news for iPhone users, 1.5 billion users targeted

Bad news for iPhone users, 1.5 billion users targeted

Technology watchdogs warn 1.5 billion iPhone users

According to international media reports, experts from the German university TechNashe pointed out a security flaw in the iPhone and said that hackers can hack any user’s phone using a feature called ‘AirDrop’.

According to experts, this feature of the iPhone, which facilitates the sharing of photos and videos, allows hackers to easily target a device connected to Wi-Fi.

Read more: WhatsApp users beware! Hackers active again

Cyber ​​security experts say the flaw in the feature requires hackers to use only physical proximity, which allows them to hack into Apple’s laptops, computers and other devices, including the iPhone, and the user’s phone number. , Email and other information

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