Last week Apple released iOS 7, featuring a completely redesigned user interface, hundreds of new features and Touch ID, a fingerprint identity sensor.
Hackers from the Chaos Computer Club (CCC) claim they have bypassed Apple’s Touch ID, the new security feature that uses a sensor embedded in the new iPhone 5S' home button to allow users to authenticate themselves to the device via their fingerprint, by using "easy everyday means".
iOS 7 is Apple’s latest update to the operating system that powers mobile devices including the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Apple's ever expanding article listing researchers' credits for finding and reporting potential security issues in Apple's web servers has some new entries, and reveals that UK-based researcher Ibrahim Balic is not to blame for last month's outage of the Apple developer center.
Parts of the Apple Developer Center are back online after a week long outage caused by an unnamed intruder that has "attempted to secure" personal information of Apple registered developers.
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