On Friday, Feb. 21, Apple issued a security bulletin for iOS 7.0.6. There was not much detail in the bulletin, but it did state that the impact was “An attacker with a privileged network position may capture or modify data in sessions protected by SSL/TLS.” The problem is the result of a coding error where an additional “goto fail” statement
So, Germany’s Chaos Computer Club — which weirdly sounds like an outcast AV group at someone’s high school — claims to have circumvented Apple’s new Touch ID fingerprint biometric sensor featured on the just-released iPhone 5s. This isn’t news. Sure, it’s new in relation to attacking the consumer-loved iPhone image. But the “hack” shown is more than 10 years old.