Handy Light

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Handy Light is an iOS application written by Nick Lee; while branded as a "convenient flashlight for the iPhone", the application contains a hidden mode allowing users to utilize SOCKS proxying to tether their iPhone using a wireless connection.[1] The application was initially approved for sale in the App Store and added on July 20, 2010, but was quickly removed by Apple the same day.[2][3] Apple has similarly disallowed other programs made to allow unsupported network tethering on the iPhone platform to be offered in the App Store.[4]

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