A security firm has released a new app iVerify that promises to detect when your iPhone gets targeted by hackers, but the devil is in the details.
iVerify, now on the iPhone App Store— is one of the first ever apps that promises to catch iPhone hacks to be approved to be on the official App Store.
In 2016, a well-known iPhone security researcher released a similar tool, but it was immediately banned from the App Store. The founders claim that iVerify is more advanced than that app.
In the event that an iVerify user does get hacked:
For years, there’s been no real way to know whether your iPhone had been hacked. Dan Guido, founder of the security firm, is hoping to change that.
iPhones are widely believed to be some of the most secure devices one can get but over the past year security researches have exposed some cracks in its firewall.
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