Holes found in iOS file manager apps

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Allows code injection, unauthorised document uploading.

Three vulnerabilities in popular Apple iOS applications have been discovered that allow users to inject code and upload documents to accounts they do not own.

The holes were reported by Vulnerability Lab in free and paid versions of file manager app File Lite which allow users to manage documents from PCs and Macs, including email attachments, Dropbox, and iCloud.

The trio of exploits required user's activate WiFi sharing activated.

Iaffects the current versions listed on the iOS app store.


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