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An iOS bug starts calls on its own

An iOS bug starts calls on its own

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An iOS bug starts calls on its own

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Still a Bug discovered on iOS, although less dangerous than those that allow you to get around the lock screen protected with PassCode, this annoying bug to start some calls to premium numbers without your consent with subsequent drain in the telephone account.

Discovered by the Romanian developer, Andrei Neculaesei, he discovered that by exploiting this Bug, some badly intentioned, could start a call to high cost numbers without authorization. The bug exploits a convenient iOS utility that allows you to make calls directly from the browser through a special link, but which is exploited properly by some jokers, can start a call using a link containing the URI "mailto: \" which usually server to open an email from the browser. In fact, through the creation of a special link to mailto :, it is possible to forward the protocol on tel: who initiates a phone call without our knowledge.

The problem exists because iOS does not require explicit confirmation in starting the call if the request comes from an app developed by third parties and therefore it would be very easy to exploit this Bug to forward calls to paid numbers. If you want to try copy the following address http://box.algorithm.dk/ios/02.html on Facebook Messenger, Google+, Twitter or LinkedIn and then click on the link and in doing so you will see that you will leave a call directly without any confirmation.

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