New iPhone 6s security flaw can bypass passcode. It is easy to access contacts and photos stored on the iPhone 6s without passcode. With the help of Siri and Twitter, it’s very simple to implement this hack. It does require the use of 3D Touch, so if you have an older iPhone you don’t need to worry about this flaw. Check out this below video.
Not only does this give the attacker access to all of your contacts, but if the Contacts app has permission to access the iPhone’s photo library, they can then also explore your snaps by adding a photo to a new or existing contact.
iPhone 6s users can Go to Settings > Privacy > Photos and disable the option there.
You can also prevent access to Contacts from the lockscreen by going to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode and disabling Siri there.