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Apple FaceTime bug allows users to listen in on people even if they don’t answer

[2019-01-29 04:47:02]

A critical flaw in Apple’s FaceTime video chat service allows someone to listen through another user’s iPhone even if that person did not answer the call, a report said on Monday. The apparent defect can be exploited by placing a call through the FaceTime app and then using the menu option to add yourself to...

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