Elcomsoft, the Russian security software company revealed that iOS 10 is very easy to hack has come charging. This time again points to Apple claiming that the company receives data calls when iCloud is enabled.
The data of calls that Apple could be "spying" are: hours, dates, duration of the call, phone numbers, FaceTime calls and missed calls.
Moreover, as reported to us via Cult of Mac Apple also you could be accessing private data from third - party applications with VoIP services in IOS 10 as they could be Skype, WhatsApp and Viber.
Apple could be compiling data from iOS 8.2
In fact, the company Elcomsoft claims that Apple is collecting data via iCloud from iOS 8.2 in March 2015. And iMessage also stores data.
Today's publication suggests that Apple collects algorithms calls iCloud accounts for a period of four months. Something that would make this data accessible to government laws and the police.
FBI agent Robert Osgoon stated the following:
"IF APPLE IS STORING DATA FOR FOUR MONTHS, THAT DATA COULD BE VERY INTERESTING AND COULD BE DATA THAT OPERATORS DO NOT OWN."
The news may surprise many consumers concerned about their privacy, considering that Apple has always defended the privacy of its users, especially after the controversy with the case of the FBI and the encrypted iPhone.
This would not be the first scandal related to iCloud security. Remember the #CelebGate?
Do you think Apple is collecting information from calls through iCloud? Would it be a fully legal act? Let us know what you think about this news from the comment section and on social networks.