Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Privacy in our IPAD

If we have not enabled the backup files encrypted for our iPhone or iPad   this is the best time to do so. Two new security investigations have descubiarto an easy way to locate where we have been at any time, without resort to any form of hacking.


This information comes from a cache file location of the files found inside the back of our iPhone in our Mac or PC, calling for serious concerns about privacy and allowing anyone access to our location in the world.

Both the iPhone and the 3G iPad (anyone with a 3G data access, ie, not including the iPod Touch) are loading space location information to a file called consolidated.db. This type of data includes latitude and longitude as a time tag, which not only indicates where we've been, but also the time.

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