Warning iPhone can automatically change about 1970 and turned into the brick that you don’t know  Error 1/1/1970 makes iOS devices become the brick came back and now more dangerous, because your device can manually adjust the date in when you don’t know. Not long ago, the community network was phen howling spirits when appears error correction iPhone about the date 1/1/1970 cause the machine is “hanging Apples” and can’t restore the date and time initially. This is a bug quite dangerous because of can turn your iPhone into a brick, the device reboot also does not help is if you can’t reset the time. However, if you don’t tamper adjust the time of equipment return date 1/1/1970, there will not be anything ominous going on. Page Arstechnica for that there won’t be anyone spare to level self adjust the date and time of an iPhone about the time of the previous 46 years. But recently, security experts discovered a dangerous threat. Users need not manually adjust date, that their device can self-adjust according to the evil intentions of someone to return to the date 1/1/1970. If their equipment hasn’t been updated to iOS 9.3.1, the error 1970 this can turn your device into brick. The main danger is the threat this can cause error 1970 without the intervention of users. All what it need is a device that connects to a WiFi network of unknown origin. The security expert Patrick Kelley and Matt Harrigan discovered that they can exploit bugs 1970’s, and destructive devices iOS remote with only one device has a price 120 USD, a little understanding about the WiFi network. With these things, they can create a trap. There is a WiFi network of unknown origin, that when there is a iOS device to access it will automatically be adjusted back dates back to 1/1/1970 and cause “hanging Apples”, turn the device into a brick. Time cause death Patrick Kelley and Matt Harrigan know that the iPhone or other iOS device constantly check the “network time protocol” NTP server globally via the internet, to synchronize the date and time inside the device. This is the flaw that security experts this can advantage, to create a WiFi network pitfalls. When connected to a WiFi network, the Apple device will download update time and date from NTP server which they had themselves created. However, the iOS device does not know is that it is time synchronized with the moment can lead to death, date of 1/1/1970. The device then automatically reboots and hangs at the apple logo. To date, error 1970 still no precise explanation. One theory is that, the app on the iPhone is configured to use a security certificate to encrypt data on the device. But encryption certificate, this will stop working if the system time is set approximately 1 year before the release date of the certificate. Say in a much more understandable way, it’s like you have an university degree and start a job at a private company. As if time, in some way, is set about before you get a university degree, the current work of you also can not continue, and the entire device to stop functioning. Trap by WiFi According to two security experts, this creating such a trap is quite simple. All what you need is a Raspberry Pi computer and some custom software. Harrigan is president and CEO of security firm PacketSled said: “By forging Time.apple.com we can reset the duration of all the Apple devices connected to our WiFi network. In the experiment, all the equipment has to automatically change the date without any requirements whatsoever”. He added the exploitation of this vulnerability on the iPhone harder iPad a little bit. Because the iPhone updates the time via the GSM network, the network communication standard used to transmit signals to mobile. Not only WiFi, the trap can be installed in GSM cellular network However, even the GSM network can also be used to distribute bug 1970 for the iPhone and turn them into bricks. That sounded really scary, because you do not need WiFi connection of unknown origin that your iPhone can still be turned into brick. This study is made along with Brandon Creighton, a software architect at a technology company Veracode. Creighton is known for setting up mobile network NinjaTel GSM , which has been introduced at security conference DefCon in 2012. This is a GSM network independent, that people create can set depending on his discretion. It is based on technology, OpenBTS and can be installed at the access point GSM. Two experts Kelley and Harrigan said an attacker can create a GSM network own and makes the device uses the GSM network, this change automatically set the date. Mr. Creighton said theoretically quite possible to do so, but he has never tested due to ethical. Users of iPhone and iPad need to do? This is a real danger, though attackers do not have the benefit of turning your iPhone into a brick, but it is still possible for vandals to do so. Therefore, as recommended by security experts and Apple, users should update to the latest iOS 9.3.1. This version was fixed by Apple in the 1970s, meaning that your device was installed back to January 1, 1970. Nothing will happen. In addition, to ensure the safety of unknown WiFi networks, you should also enable the “ask to join networks” setting. This is a setting that will help prevent your device from automatically connecting to previously saved WiFi networks. Although this setting may make you uncomfortable, every time you connect to a Wi-Fi network, you will see a notification board. According to Genk.