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Just like any other device, iPhone is not secured due to cyberthreats and malicious activities like spyware causing Apple iPhone spyware. However, Apple has proved itself as the trendsetter in securing its users from malware and cyberattacks. The lockdown mode, introduced by Apple this month, is another move that redefines the meaning of privacy and protection.
The Lockdown mode is a ground-breaking feature that enables an extreme level of digital security for users. The fundamental strategy behind the lockdown mode is to reduce the window of exposure to threats sharply, and it does that by restricting certain functionalities of your device (That’s proper- such extraordinary security does come at a price!).
Here’s what will happen as soon as you turn on the Lockdown mode.
The Lockdown mode has been primarily designed for people at an increased risk of personal attacks, such as journalists, defence officers, government officials, and more. However, it will be available across all Apple devices with iOS 16, and users can turn it on/off.
Apple announced an Apple Security Bounty program to discover loopholes in the newly launched security system and receive feedback from the security research community. The program rewards researchers who find Lockdown mode bypasses up to $2000,000! While this is only the beginning, Apple is looking forward to further strengthening the Lockdown mode by adding newer protections over time.
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