MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Check those apps!

According to a cybersecurity firm, a bug found in 1,000 mobile apps could open your device up to hackers.

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SourceDNA discovered a flaw in the latest version of AF Networking software allows hackers to easily get around security protocols.

They could potentially gain access to your user credentials and banking data.

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AF Networking is used by 100,000 apps for the iOS system from Apple. Some popular apps that are vulnerable include Uber, Microsoft One Drive and Yahoo Finance.

Cyber security experts say stop using vulnerable apps until they are updated and change your passwords.

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For more information on which apps are vulnerable, visit SourceDNA online.