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Are you using Microsoft Windows? If so, yes, it's possible, but... Let's say you connect your iPhone to your computer. If you view the photos on your iPhone in Windows Explorer, then you will have thumbnail remnants for all viewed images. These remnants are stored in C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Explorer\ as thumbcache*.db And yes, ...


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Could they see the content of the files? Likely no. But anti-virus software is typically configured to scan files when media is connected, so it is possible that the system inventoried the files and file names.


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No not with default setup. Only photos being uploaded are visible on your PC. That's the whole point of uploading. The only things you need to be careful about are those cloud-services who synchronize your pictures, or who somehow have sketchy services like "View recent photos uploaded", or "View files on device X from Y",...


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This might not be exactly what you're looking for but... Having your iPhone near your keyboard can make you vulnerable to keylogging. Before you call me crazy, I've actually conducted this experiment using neural networks and an Android's accelerometer and it could 80% guess what region of the keyboard the key press came from and could guess within a few ...



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