TechBytes: Passwords, Skype

A bug in the Apple password system means that personal information can be activated.
0:54 | 02/15/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Passwords, Skype
In today's tech behind Apple's pass -- fails there's a bug in Apple's new mobile operating system that makes it possible to bypass the four digit security code. And access the owner's personal data. Apple says it's working on a fixed hottest products retailer staples will soon be -- apple products in the US has it already doesn't Canada. It's not yet known which products but speculation include. Accessories and apple TV staples also has a significant corporate customer base. Skype -- now account for a third of all international telephone traffic voice and video calls on Skype. Increased 44% last year the service is growing much faster than traditional phone services. And -- wedding crashed shares are now crashing Google in an upcoming movie into bond and Alan Wilson are out of work salesmen who become interns. At the Internet search giant the internship. Which -- the -- a renovated and opened in June though they're tick -- and I -- current.

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