Late last year for instance it was revealed that it was possible to get into the Photos and Contacts apps by using Siri and pressing other options in a specific order.But the new trick seems to be little more than a hoax.Parents: If you want to monitor your kid's cell phone without seeming intrusive, be honest about what you're doing and why.Explain that your rules are for their safety and protection.Remember that time you recorded yourself and a special friend doing the dance without pants and the entire Internet saw it?Unless your last name ends in Kardashian or Hilton, the answer is probably no.But the trick appears simply to be happening because people are unlocking their phones using their fingerprints, and so the phone would have given them access anyway.
Well, now it seems that i OS 6.1 is being taken advantage of again, this time with a simple exploit figured out by You Tube user S1ri OS6, which lets you bypass the lock screen on an i Phone running i OS 6.1, allowing you to access the contacts, see the call history, listen to voicemails, and even make calls.Here are seven ways to avoid Internetus Interruptus." data-reactid="28" without having your hooha buttered all over the Interwebs. I have tried several possible "solutions" without success.Sixteen percent of men say they sent it to a total stranger Could it happen to you? According to Mc Afee’s February 2014 “Love, Relationships and Technology” survey, fully half of all adults have used a mobile device to send or receive intimate content. Read more on Yahoo Movies:• We Test Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel’s Closeness With a Game of ‘Know Your Co-Star’• Complete coverage of without having your hooha buttered all over the Interwebs.Sixteen percent of men say they sent it to a total stranger . You can still photograph your privates without sacrificing your privacy — if you’re careful.UPDATE: Apple issued a statement to CNET about fixing this issue soon: "Apple takes user security very seriously ...A cash-strapped student has revealed how she’s raking in more than ,000 per year by going on dinner dates with strangers to save for her first home.So to answer your question, yes, even as a teen, I think it is important to monitor your kid's phone/devices. They complain that some 3rd graders already have their own. Like I said, I see lots of parents doing their thing, and totally leaving their kids to fend for themselves.However, most of the 3rd grade parents I've spoken with have come to the same decision re: the cell phone. There are a few ways that you can monitor your child's facebook account, if you are not friend visit These guys me once to see my Daughter's fb page .My parents have been monitoring all my devices without my consent for a long time and have been doing it in secrecy. " Instead, ease your way into convincing your kid to voluntarily hand over their phone. Being so judgemental and self righteous towards other parents must be exhausting.To this day, they still think I don't know that they're monitoring me. Most of the time, teens are afraid of being monitored because they have some texts of being rude or spreading gossip, or they have some arguments with some random person on the internet or in rare cases, they're watching explicit videos, have inappropriate pictures or sexting. Not telling your kid what you're doing can lead to them not trusting you even more and end up them hiding everything from you. Checking everyday can make your child think that you don't trust them at all. Don't be like my parents and check their phone during the night when they're asleep, they could easily find out and they'd trust you even less. If your child does do something wrong, talk with them first. Punishments such as taking away the phone, grounding, or ban on social media should only be handed out if the misbehavior continues or if they do something in the "extreme" area. Avoiding getting the kids a cell phone as long as possible. Many parents don't spend the time and the result is kids that lack attention, discipline, and common sense.