[Well, well, well... so this is why iPhone is so closed. Apple hopes that
nobody will be able to see past the binaries.]

iPhone Security Hellhole?

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| First, the iPhone root password was broken. OK, it happens. But now it seems
| that all applications run on the iPhone as root. Can you say biggest security
| blunder of the 21st century to date?


Apple is misrepresenting UNIX by being so incompetent. See links at the bottom.


Welcome to the world of iPhone development limits

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| The problem is that even the limitations of developing Web 2.0 applications
| on Safari are constrained. The version of Safari that sits on iPhone doesn't
| support Java or Flash, two of the most important platforms for current web
| development.


Fully hacked by now?


Apple iPhone issue highlights security debate

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| Most early iPhone adopters have bought into the Apple mythology which
| convinces them that anything blessed by Steve Jobs is automatically
| desirable, so we won't see a mass return of the shiny devices with their
| slick interface. Â*


First iPhone 3rd Party GUI App Compiles

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| Of course, it is the standard "Hello, world." application, but it's native to
| the iPhone and uses the iPhone's GUI.


IPhone Flaw Lets Hackers Take Over, Security Firm Says

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| The researchers, working for Independent Security Evaluators, a company that
| tests its clients’ computer security by hacking it, said that they could take
| control of iPhones through a WiFi connection or by tricking users into going
| to a Web site that contains malicious code. The hack, the first reported,
| allowed them to tap the wealth of personal information the phones contain.


iPhone Freed From AT&T, Twice

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| The company will be selling licenses to the hack, minimum quantity 500, at a
| price not yet announced. These hacks are much bigger news for those outside
| America. Expect to see an industry spring up to meet European (and Asian?)
| demand for freed iPhones. Â*