Apple Find My network could be abused to siphon data from nearby devices

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Apple’s device location tracking service, Find My, can be abused to siphon data from nearby devices and deliver it across the globe, a new report claims.

In a blog post, cybersecurity company Positive Security sets out a proof-of-concept exploit, called Send My. The exploit demonstrates that the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) broadcasts on which the Find My network is built can be manipulated to lift small quantities of arbitrary data, without even the need for an internet connection.

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