@BrianUMRAlthough the company didn't offer any great details on how its software procures a device's UID, it noted that the default "Simple passcode" option used by Apple's device can be bruteforced with relative ease as it only requires a four-digit password
yup, that about sums it up.spydercanopus said:
The iphone is the perfect tracking device for government and citizens alike. The fact you can't remove the battery allows it to listen in any time. FBI have officially stated they have the ability to turn on your phone's microphone even when it's off since the 9-11 false flag attack.
That isn't how an argument works. If he presents something as fact HE needs to put evidence to back it up. Evidence has already supported claims against his, we don't need to provide jack ****.Guest said:
Instead of replying to spydercanopus's comment with cheeky remarks, why don't any of you provide real facts that show he is wrong?