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Submitted by SJIND 581d ago | article

iOS 6.1 lock-screen bypass fumble highlights BYOD fragility

ZDNet: Apple's latest fumble led to users being able to bypass the iOS 6.1 lock screen. In spite of strong back-end mobile device management and security policies, most of the time your enterprise is still at the mercy of the mobile maker not screwing up. (Gadgets, iOS, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Software)

akaFullMetal  +   580d ago
Article is missing sentences, wth.

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