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@danfinlay
This is a particularly misguided addition of a security prompt by Apple. The user already explicitly indicated their intent to paste using the system-provided paste UI. If that’s part of client code, that’s a small mistake to fix: must be system level, then bake the auth into it.
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@danfinlay
Look at my sloppy opsec revealing TWO apps I use. Brought to you by this same prompt very unusually also blocking the corner-screenshot indicator (the screenshot of itself), so I couldn’t do that instant-crop move.
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@deanpierce.eth
Clipboard sniffing has definitely been a thing in the past. I don't know how it works in iOS, but on lots of operating systems, the app in focus can just silently grab the clipboard without notifying the user. Sometimes it requires a click, which can be induced, like an invisible button or something.
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@depatchedmode
I’ve always wondered about this. Is it because the app is then granted access to the whole clipboard but doesn’t otherwise have that access?
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@jaadasss
Ha ha yes.. i dont see the extra need for this prompt
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