Granting app permissions is something most of us do without a second thought. But, when you really think about it, should you be blithe in allowing such access? This isn't even considering the kinds of things we all keep on our phones and I don't know about you but I don't want the world seeing my overwhelming collection of cute cats (among other things). Software engineer Felix Krause is here to destroy our technological reverie (again) with his demonstration app that he recently published on GitHub (an Internet-based Git or version control repository and Internet hosting service used mainly for code). Krause is the founder of developer tools repository FastLane. The company was purchased by Google early in 2017 according to AdWeek. Krause had also previously identified an iPhone password prompt phishing loophole. He warned users about entering their password into the prompt without consideration because the prompt could be easily spoofed by malicious apps attempting to steal user information.