Friday, September 4, 2015

Kid Hacks Parents Texting

A kid out on Reddit posted the following - he had hacked his parents' iPhones by adding texting shortcuts to them.  The way shortcuts work is that when a person enters a specific string of characters, a different set of characters replaces them.

In this instance, the kid created a shortcut for when his parents typed the letters "no":

At first I thought it pretty mundane, but when Dad also got hacked, and with WHERE THE BITCHES AT no less, it became priceless.

Do you know where your phone is at?

1 comment:

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