Citibank's iPhone app accidentally saved private user data such as passwords, account numbers and bill payments in a hidden file on phones. No security breach has been reported, however Citibank is urging its customers to upgrade their app to fix the flaw and delete any saved information. [WSJ via Fast Company]
Upgrade Your Citibank iPhone App If You Want To Keep Your Personal Data Private
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