A hacker group called Anonymous has released a tool that can be used to hack into any Apple iOS device and Android smartphone.
The hack is also able to steal all the user’s data, including credit card numbers, passwords, and email addresses, as well as data about the device’s location and microphone.
“You can now control your device remotely, including through Siri and even control your Apple devices with your voice,” reads the Hackers’ Guide, which is available online and in the Apple App Store.
“Using the hack, you can take over the system and make it do what you want, like open a file or launch an application, or to gain unauthorized access to the device and your data.”
The guide is also available in the Android App Store and on the Google Play Store.
The hacker group says it plans to continue releasing updates and exploits for iOS devices.
Anonymous has been a thorn in the side of the company since it released a series of exploits in April.
The group released a new exploit on Monday that it says is more advanced than the last.
In the new exploit, it uses “remote code execution” to execute arbitrary code on an iPhone.
The exploit also uses a “remote sniffer” to monitor the location of the phone and listen for a request to download an application.
The hacking group says its next update will “allow anyone to hack any iPhone with a single command.”