[HackerNews] Beware! Connecting to This Wireless Network Can Break Your iPhone’s Wi-Fi Feature

A wireless network naming bug has been discovered in Apple’s iOS operating system that effectively disables an iPhone’s ability to connect to a Wi-Fi network.
The issue was spotted by security researcherĀ Carl Schou, who found that the phone’s Wi-Fi functionality gets permanently disabled after joining a Wi-Fi network with the unusual name “%p%s%s%s%s%n” even after rebooting the phone or changing

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