Maybe you want to wait before rushing to try out that FaceTime Beta that is now available for Macs. MacNotes.de is reporting that there is a security flaw that leaves a user’s Apple ID and password exposed as well as all of the account settings.
Once you’ve logged into FaceTime you can have a look at all the account settings of the used Apple ID. Username, ID, place and birth date are shown as well as the security question and the answer to it – in plain text, without another password request.
Perhaps that gives a new definition to the term “beta.” I’m sure we’ll hear more about this sooner rather than later.
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