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Apple has issued a statement in response to the allegations saying that the company’s “diagnostic functions do not compromise user privacy and security,” but Zdziarski has responded by noting that these services “dish out data” regardless of whether the user has agreed to diagnostics.“There is no way to disable these mechanisms,” Zdziarski writes on his personal blog.“This makes it much harder to believe that Apple is actually telling the truth here.”The backdoors reportedly cover a range of hidden tools and protocols that activate with “paired” computers – machines connected to an i Phone or i Pad via USB that the user has granted security access to.
There is simply no way to justify the massive leak of data as a result of these services, and without any explicit consent by the user.”He adds that he is in no way accusing Apple of working directly with security agencies but that he suspects that "some of these services may have been used by [the] NSA to collect data".Apple has been accused of intentionally installing security backdoors in some 600 million i OS devices that offer surveillance-level access to data including photos, browsing history and GPS locations.The vulnerabilities were uncovered by security expert Jonathan Zdziarski, who presented an academic paper on the subject at a hacker conference in New York last Friday.You will get more interest and responses here than all paid dating sites combined!Over 1,500,000 Daters login every day to Plentyoffish.com, we are the market leader in Canada, UK, Australia, US, Ireland and New Zealand, so come meet and chat with other Saint john singles Register HERE The only 100% Free dating service.
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Zdziarski, however, told the site that the level of access Apple provides “exceeds anything that law requires.”The allegations could be especially damaging for Apple in China, where the national broadcaster CCTV recently suggested that the i Phone’s ‘Frequent Locations’ feature was a threat to national security.