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  • iOS 13 bug lets 3rd party Keyboards Gain ‘FULL ACCESS’ -  Even When You Deny 
Following the release of iOS 13 and iPadOS earlier this week, Apple has issued an advisory warning iPhone and iPad users of an unpatched security bug impacting third-party keyboard apps.

On iOS, third-party keyboard extensions can run entirely standalone without access to external services and thus, are forbidden from storing what you type unless you grant "full access" permissions to enable some additional features through network access.

However, in the brief security advisory, Apple says that an unpatched issue in iOS 13 and iPadOS could allow third-party keyboard apps to grant themselves "full access" permission to access what you are typing—even if you deny this permission request in the first place.

It should be noted that the iOS 13 bug doesn't affect Apple's built-in keyboards or third-party keyboards that don't make use of full access.

Instead, the bug only impacts users who have third-party keyboard apps—such as popular Gboard, Grammarly, and Swiftkey—installed on their iPhones or iPads, which are designed to request full access from users.

Though having full access allows app developers to capture all keystroke data and everything you type, it's worth noting that likely no reputable third-party keyboard apps would by default abuse this issue.

Even if that doesn't satisfy you, and you want to check if any of the installed third-party keyboards on your iPhone or iPad has enabled full access without your knowledge by exploiting this bug, you can open the Settings → General → Keyboard → Keyboards  #armaannarangs #cybersecurity #apple #ios13 #vedixera
  • iOS 13 bug lets 3rd party Keyboards Gain ‘FULL ACCESS’ - Even When You Deny
    Following the release of iOS 13 and iPadOS earlier this week, Apple has issued an advisory warning iPhone and iPad users of an unpatched security bug impacting third-party keyboard apps.

    On iOS, third-party keyboard extensions can run entirely standalone without access to external services and thus, are forbidden from storing what you type unless you grant "full access" permissions to enable some additional features through network access.

    However, in the brief security advisory, Apple says that an unpatched issue in iOS 13 and iPadOS could allow third-party keyboard apps to grant themselves "full access" permission to access what you are typing—even if you deny this permission request in the first place.

    It should be noted that the iOS 13 bug doesn't affect Apple's built-in keyboards or third-party keyboards that don't make use of full access.

    Instead, the bug only impacts users who have third-party keyboard apps—such as popular Gboard, Grammarly, and Swiftkey—installed on their iPhones or iPads, which are designed to request full access from users.

    Though having full access allows app developers to capture all keystroke data and everything you type, it's worth noting that likely no reputable third-party keyboard apps would by default abuse this issue.

    Even if that doesn't satisfy you, and you want to check if any of the installed third-party keyboards on your iPhone or iPad has enabled full access without your knowledge by exploiting this bug, you can open the Settings → General → Keyboard → Keyboards #armaannarangs #cybersecurity #apple #ios13 #vedixera

  •  78  3  26 September, 2019
  • A popular gaming platform used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide has been found vulnerable to multiple security flaws that could have allowed remote hackers to takeover players' accounts and steal sensitive data.
•••••
◼Image 2- The attacker sends a malicious link to the victim. •••••
◼Image 3- The victims trusts the link sent by attacker thinking it's an invite for the game and clicks on it.
•••••• .......
◼Image 4 & 5- The attacker receives stolen token and uses it it hijack the victim's account..
••••••
◼Image 6 & 7- The attacker recieves the login token and once inside the account he/she can get the personal info ( Credit Card, address, history etc) for illegal purposes. •••••• ......
◼Image 8 & 9- Being Logged in as the victim,  the attacker them intercepts the victim's session ID and then logs in to the ORIGIN platform with his own credentials triggering the authentication process.
••••••
◼Image 10- The attacker has now bypassed the authentication process and is in the victim's ORIGIN account. 
and now he can even buy virtual currency on the victim's credit card. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
Post inspiration :- @itsme.t3rabyt3
@hackergirlofficial
@hackers_empire

#armaannarangs #hackers #technology #vedixera
#whitehats #ethicalhacking #cybersecurity
  • A popular gaming platform used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide has been found vulnerable to multiple security flaws that could have allowed remote hackers to takeover players' accounts and steal sensitive data.
    •••••
    ◼Image 2- The attacker sends a malicious link to the victim. •••••
    ◼Image 3- The victims trusts the link sent by attacker thinking it's an invite for the game and clicks on it.
    •••••• .......
    ◼Image 4 & 5- The attacker receives stolen token and uses it it hijack the victim's account..
    ••••••
    ◼Image 6 & 7- The attacker recieves the login token and once inside the account he/she can get the personal info ( Credit Card, address, history etc) for illegal purposes. •••••• ......
    ◼Image 8 & 9- Being Logged in as the victim, the attacker them intercepts the victim's session ID and then logs in to the ORIGIN platform with his own credentials triggering the authentication process.
    ••••••
    ◼Image 10- The attacker has now bypassed the authentication process and is in the victim's ORIGIN account.
    and now he can even buy virtual currency on the victim's credit card. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
    Post inspiration :- @itsme.t3rabyt3
    @hackergirlofficial
    @hackers_empire

    #armaannarangs #hackers #technology #vedixera
    #whitehats #ethicalhacking #cybersecurity

  •  69  7  27 June, 2019

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  • A popular gaming platform used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide has been found vulnerable to multiple security flaws that could have allowed remote hackers to takeover players' accounts and steal sensitive data.
•••••
◼Image 2- The attacker sends a malicious link to the victim. •••••
◼Image 3- The victims trusts the link sent by attacker thinking it's an invite for the game and clicks on it.
•••••• .......
◼Image 4 & 5- The attacker receives stolen token and uses it it hijack the victim's account..
••••••
◼Image 6 & 7- The attacker recieves the login token and once inside the account he/she can get the personal info ( Credit Card, address, history etc) for illegal purposes. •••••• ......
◼Image 8 & 9- Being Logged in as the victim,  the attacker them intercepts the victim's session ID and then logs in to the ORIGIN platform with his own credentials triggering the authentication process.
••••••
◼Image 10- The attacker has now bypassed the authentication process and is in the victim's ORIGIN account. 
and now he can even buy virtual currency on the victim's credit card. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
Post inspiration :- @itsme.t3rabyt3
@hackergirlofficial
@hackers_empire

#armaannarangs #hackers #technology #vedixera
#whitehats #ethicalhacking #cybersecurity
  • A popular gaming platform used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide has been found vulnerable to multiple security flaws that could have allowed remote hackers to takeover players' accounts and steal sensitive data.
    •••••
    ◼Image 2- The attacker sends a malicious link to the victim. •••••
    ◼Image 3- The victims trusts the link sent by attacker thinking it's an invite for the game and clicks on it.
    •••••• .......
    ◼Image 4 & 5- The attacker receives stolen token and uses it it hijack the victim's account..
    ••••••
    ◼Image 6 & 7- The attacker recieves the login token and once inside the account he/she can get the personal info ( Credit Card, address, history etc) for illegal purposes. •••••• ......
    ◼Image 8 & 9- Being Logged in as the victim, the attacker them intercepts the victim's session ID and then logs in to the ORIGIN platform with his own credentials triggering the authentication process.
    ••••••
    ◼Image 10- The attacker has now bypassed the authentication process and is in the victim's ORIGIN account.
    and now he can even buy virtual currency on the victim's credit card. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
    Post inspiration :- @itsme.t3rabyt3
    @hackergirlofficial
    @hackers_empire

    #armaannarangs #hackers #technology #vedixera
    #whitehats #ethicalhacking #cybersecurity

  •  69  7  27 June, 2019