The NHL released a video Tuesday showing a person using an underwater smartphone to hack into the iPhone 5s and 6.
The hack uses an iPhone with a custom ROM to bypass Apple’s Security Lock, which prevents users from accessing certain apps or apps from third-party apps.
In the video, the person uses the phone to open the Settings app and access the App Store and iTunes.
In that app, he can download apps like Instagram and Spotify.
But the app doesn’t offer an option to download a specific app, like a VPN service or an app that can connect to a VPN, like Tor.
The person then downloads the Tor Browser Bundle app, which is one of the apps he uses to browse the internet anonymously.
The user then connects to a website that redirects users to the Tor website.
From there, the user can download a VPN client, which encrypts the user’s traffic, then downloads Tor Browser to use the VPN connection.
This is the first time the NHL has released a live video of the exploit.
The video shows a person accessing the Tor app by accessing the Settings page in the app, then downloading the Tor browser.
When the person opens the Settings screen, the device opens a Tor hidden service page and downloads the app.
After installing the Tor application, the Tor user is now able to browse any website anonymously, and is also able to access a VPN connection, the video shows.
The exploit, which can be done remotely, requires a device with an Android phone or tablet, according to the video.
The first video was published in September, but it was recently patched by Google, and was later updated to include a security fix.