Hacked: One iPhone

iphone.jpgWell, that didn’t take long. While the rest of us were enjoying the warmer weather on Sunday, a group of researchers in the U.S. were busy trying to prove for once and for all that the iPhone is not a very safe device. Their next step: extortion.

According to the story published on IDG today, the flaw that allows hackers to steal any data from the device or even to turn it into a remote surveillance tool.

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