Flaw has been found from Windows Phone where the trouble maker sends SMS to a Windows Phone, this results in a immediate reboot and you are not able to access messaging hub anymore.
WinRumors tested this on multiple Windows Phones with different OS versions, but the problem still existed. This problem isn’t limited to the messaging hub alone either.
The flaw appears to affect other aspects of the Windows Phone operating system too. If a user has pinned a friend as a live tile on their device and the friend posts a particular message on Facebook then the live tile will update and causes the device to lock up. Thankfully there’s a workaround for the live tile issue, at initial boot up you have a small amount of time to get past the lock screen and into the home screen to remove the pinned live tile before it flips over and locks the device.
All of the major mobile platform have had their share of SMS attack and problems in that field, now it’s just about Microsoft getting the fix done for it.
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