Discussion in 'Portable Devices & Gadgets' started by drz01, Oct 25, 2007.
Anyone seen this article?
"With the limited bandwidth of the iPhone, malicious code would be unlikely to slow portions of the internet. But malware could wreak creative havoc of a different kind. It might, for example, cause a phone to call numbers without the user's knowledge, seize text messages and a list of received and sent calls, turn the phone into a listening device, track the user's location through nearby WiFi access points, or instruct the phone to snap photos of the user's surroundings -- including any companions who may be in view of the camera lens."
Apple has no originality, copying Microsoft's security standards. How shameful