Nov 182016
 
 November 18, 2016  Breaches, Business

Tom Spring reports:

iPhone users are being warned that their call history may be synced and stored on their iCloud account without their knowledge, making their personal phone records a target for a determined third party. Under a common configuration scenario, where two iPhones share the same Apple ID and are set to sync to Apple’s iCloud, data such as who called and when is stored in a user’s iCloud account. Also synced are logs pertaining to phone calls missed, rejected and the duration of calls, according to a report released Thursday by forensic tool maker Elcomsoft.

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