itune gift card malaysiaThe recently revealed exploit that allows anyone to bypass the iPhone’s Activation Lock system is a rather simple process that requires adding just a single line of code to a computer running iTunes.
The exploit, which is called DoulCi (“iCloud” backward), has already been used thousands of times on locked iPhones and iPads around the world. It’s the work of a pair of anonymous hackers, who cracked Apple’s theft – deterrent measure by tricking lost or stolen iOS devices into thinking they are being reactivated by Apple’s servers.
Introduced in iOS 7, Activation Lock is designed to render a lost or stolen iPhone useless unless it is recovered by its proper owner. It’s a powerful tool designed to help protect iPhone owners who fall victim to street thieves who find Apple products irresistible. When Apple’s Find My Phone app is turned on, an iDevice can be tracked by its owner through iCloud.com and remotely wiped if necessary.
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