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Apple iPhone, iPod and iPad apps could be vulnerable to hackers. (Photo: Shutterstock)

If you’re one of the more than 63 million iPhone users, there may be a hidden security flaw in one of your more popular apps. SourceDNA, a cybersecurity firm, identified “a major flaw” hidden in a specific version of the AFNetworking software used in about 100,000 iOS apps out of the 1.4 million available that allows hackers to bypass the SSL security certificate.

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