What would you do if I told you that attackers might be able to access your iPhone’s mic and camera when you least suspected it? If you are like me, you’d probably be upset. Yet, that is exactly the case due to a new FaceTime vulnerability involving its group call option. Late last week, the world became aware of a new FaceTime flaw that could allow someone to listen to and see you before you actually accepted a FaceTime group call. Apple has since temporarily disabled the feature, but they plan on patching this flaw soon. Watch today’s Byte to learn a little more about the problem, and what you should do.
Episode Runtime: 2:26
Direct YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qo68TF4y9I