Recently, cybersecurity analysts have detected two discrete flaws in Apple’s crowdsourced Bluetooth location tracking system or Find My feature.
These two flaws can allow any attackers unauthorized access to the users’ location histories of the last seven days. However, we all know that Apple has turned its hundreds-of million-device environment into the world’s most comprehensive crowdsourced location tracking network known as offline finding (OF).
The main motive of OF is to guarantee the finder anonymity, untracebility of owner devices, and confidentiality of location reports. These flaws are quite critical as the analysts stated that the outcomes are an exhaustive review that has been undertaken by the Open Wireless Link.
How the Find My Feature works?
Apple’s devices are quite complicated to understand, as it has a feature named Find My which helps the users to easily locate other Apple devices such as iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Apple Watch, AirPods, and Mac.
Apple has been…