TestFlight, Apple's testing system, allows app developers to submit unreleased and incomplete versions of an app to users, who can test it and provide feedback to developers on how it works.
Certo Software reports that phishers have recently uploaded third-party virtual keyboards to TestFlight that look and function exactly like the iPhone's virtual keyboard — except that it records every keystroke, monitors and records, thus logging a lot of user data, passwords and messages. Without the user becoming suspicious, he writes BGR.
According to the aforementioned report, all of this could lead to drastic changes in the use of TestFlight, as Apple may have to suspend the license to use the program for security reasons.
BGR points out that anyone can take individual steps to protect themselves from hackers. iPhone Settings In the list generalthen keyboard By clicking on the menu item, you can check which keyboards are installed on the phone. If among these we see something that we have not installed ourselves and/or of unknown origin, it may be advisable to delete it. this Editing button and then select the red minus button.