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|Technology - Gadgets|
|Saturday, 18 August 2012 19:53|
I honestly do not quite understand at Apple and how they communicate with their user community, today part of the team that discovered the vulnerability that allows the iPhone jailbreak just by visiting a website found in beta iOS6 there is a vulnerability in the SMS which is potentially dangerous and Apple's response is ridiculous
To explain it better, you can send a phone with an SMS iOS6 that seems to come from another number invalidating the authentication processes, what is called "spoofing" can make you get an SMS that appears on your bank and send you to a page where defraud you, you get an SMS app that is a fake and that you subscribe to a premium SMS scam (and that in Spain and Latam suffered much) and many other things.
We all know that iOS6 is in beta and Apple's response might have been something of the tone: "iOS6 is an operating system that is still being tested and reviewed by developers" without explaining much, they might have said something about "something is called beta "or to say" we are investigating as produced before releasing the final version "but not:
I understand that the policy of an undertaking is not publicly acknowledge it has security, but neither the operating system nor the vulnerability is final when they were published in the closing stage of the beta but with enough time to fix it ... say "good , use iMessage "is just stupid because they like it or not the majority of smartphone users do not use iPhones and iMessage therefore can not be used with them.
Via: Engadget Mobile