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Not again! A new, different Apple security flaw discovered

Not again! A new, different Apple security flaw discovered

Hopefully you've been getting my important security updates about the major security bug found in Apple gadgets. Shockingly, there's a brand new unrelated bug that was just discovered.

FireEye, a computer security firm, has found a flaw in iPhones that could allow an app to record all your touch inputs - including passcodes, TouchID and screen touches. That information could be sent back to cyber-criminals without your knowledge.

Apple hasn't released any fix for this bug yet, but FireEye claims that they've been in touch with Apple and are working together towards a solution. Until it's fixed, you should stop as many apps as you can from running in the background.

Do do this, press the Home button twice, then swipe up to close apps running in the background.

Click here to read the full FireEye report on this scary new security flaw.

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