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The Big Break-in: Apple’s iOS 6.1 reveals a gaping flaw

We’d like to think that an Apple product could keep data secure. They have all sorts of security measures in place, after all. There’s the Find My iPhone app that allows you to track down an iPhone if it gets lost. There’s a lockscreen that can be customized with a complex or non-complex passcode in order to keep it from simply getting searched by prying eyes. Then there’s also the fail-safe feature that can be enabled that nukes the entire iPhone’s memory after a set number of failed tries to enter the passcode.. It’s practically Mission: Impossible-level stuff. Add that with the fact that Mac products aren’t traditionally so susceptible to viruses, and it seems like things are secure…