iOS6 security flaw – hackers able to steal contacts, images & videos
Where Apple’s operating systems were always applauded because they were considered secure, their populairity also makes them more interesting to hackers and researchers. Dutch security researchers have announced that they have found a security problem in the browser of iOS 5 and iOS 6, which makes it possible to steal pictures and videos from phones. The announcement was made during Pwn2Own, currently held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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I guess it's only a matter of time when all Apple fanboys will become fanboys of virusscanners too Are there actually virusscanners for Mac?
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