The airdrop and Wi-Fi sharing features found on Apple devices are the easiest and most user-friendly to transfer data and files. The company says it's part of the iOS ecosystem, and Apple fans agree. However, there is now a report that states that Apple's two sharing features can delay and leak sensitive data. The report claims the error was found in devices such as the iPhone, MacBook, Apple Watch and Airpods. Let's know about other information in detail
According to a recent study, Apple devices are continuously sending large data packets using Bluetooth Low Energy (LE). The report states that every time you send a file using an air conditioner, "the phone sends the phone to all devices around SHA256 (phone number)" where an attacker can trace the sender's phone number using it and contact it by iMessage name or personal gather information. It has been revealed that this error is in all iOS devices in iOS 1
This report states that Wi-Fi password sharing also applies to your information. Each time a user activates this feature, "Broadband BLE requests have access to details such as the user's data, name, phone number SHA256 hash, Apple ID and email." from he or she can find out the user's contact number. The report also includes a proof-of-concept video showing how users broadcast information. The laptop was equipped with a wireless package of sniffer dongle, and within one to two minutes it captured the details of more than a dozen iPhones and Apple Watches. "The report says the behavior is more part of the ecosystem than a bug, and the way to keep the device safe is to keep the Bluetooth off. Failure to do so may result in users' phone numbers being leaked.
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