In iOS 7.0, a vulnerability has been discovered that allows anyone to bypass the Lock screen passcode. Swipe up from the bottom to access Control Center, then open the Clock app. Then hold the Sleep/Wake button until the option to power off the phone comes up. Tap Cancel, then quickly double-press the Home button, which brings up the multitasking screen, providing access to most open apps. Oops! To eliminate the problem for now, just disable Control Center on the Lock screen in Settings > Control Center. An Apple spokesperson said the company is working on a fix. follow link
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- ExtraBITS for 23 September 2013 (23 Sep 13)
Lock Screen Vulnerability Found in iOS 7
I'm using an iPhone 5 GSM with the iOS 7 GM, so maybe it functions differently with the released version or different hardware?
Just double checked again and the only app I could actually launch was the camera app. Which you can access straight from the control centre anyway, however I could browse my photos via the 'hack', whereas you can't via the control centre directly!!