Researchers claim iOS multitasking exploit could allow taps, clicks to be monitored on iPhone, iPad
Keylogger attacks — where your input is recorded in order to discover your passwords and other data — have been extant in the traditional computing world for ages but they've recently begun creeping into mobile as well. Typically this involves getting a malicious app onto your device that then records what you're tapping on or clicking and where. Thanks to Apple's tight iPhone and iPad security, these attacks have previously only been possible on jailbroken devices. Not so anymore...
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