Hi there, I read about the following major iOS security breach today.
I wonder if this exploit could also potentially have gained access to passwords in 1password?
The implant also has access to the user's keychain, which contains passwords, as well as the databases of various end-to-end encrypted messaging apps, such as Telegram, WhatsApp, and iMessage, Beer's post continues. End-to-end encryption can protect messages from being read if they're intercepted, but less so if a hacker has compromised the end device itself.
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