IOS iOS Privacy Bug Causes Siri to Read “Hidden” Notifications on Locked Screen. As much as Apple or any company in the market, tries to leave his operating systems free of bugs, some always appear, and that’s part of the life of any software, after all, there is no perfect code.
Simply ask Apple’s voice assistant to read your notifications and it’ll comply with a full rundown of your freshly received email, WhatsApp messages, and Facebook alerts. The big problem is that Apple is touting the iPhone X as a way-more-secure option compared to Android phones through its marketing campaigns. This includes targeted ads for Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus users.
This bug is not only in iOS11 you can try in other ios version. We can leave the notifications “hidden” on the locked screen until the iPhone is authenticated (either via Face ID or Touch ID) – it means the preview of a message or notification only appears to the owner of the device after he authenticates the device. It can turn on that by asking Siri to read your notifications on the locked screen (without authenticating), but this new ios11 bug simply goes through everything, including those that are “hidden”!
A Privacy Bug Related to Siri Can Read Out Third-Party App Messages Even When iPhone is Locked
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