A novel class of security problems have been found lurking in many mobile games by a ten-year old hacker. Going by the handle CyFi, the hacker presented her findings at the DefCon hacker conference held in Las Vegas. She found that advancing the clock on a tablet or phone can, in many games, open a loophole that can be exploited. CyFi discovered the bug after getting bored with the pace of farming games and seeking ways to speed them up.
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