iOS 13 is just a week away from public release and based on a report by the Hacker News includes a bug that allows users to bypass the lock screen.
Hacker News say “Jose Rodriguez, a Spanish security researcher, contacted The Hacker News and revealed that he discovered a lockscreen bypass bug in iOS 13 that allowed him to access the full list of Contacts on his iPhone—and every piece of information saved on them.”
The bug involves a user activating a FaceTime call on a target’s iPhone and then accessing Siri’s voiceover support feature to obtain access to the contact list—and every information saved on them.
Passcode bugs are no stranger to Rodriguez who reported a similar bug to Apple just a few hours after Apple released iOS 12.1, allowing anyone to bypass the lockscreen on a targeted iPhone using the built-in VoiceOver feature.
You can read the full article from the Hacker News here.