SecurityFocus has the dirt on a new vulnerability in the iPhone.
Reportedly, there exists a flaw in the mobile version of Safari which can be targeted to cause a denial of service attack, crashing the phone via a specially-crafted web page.
Normally, this type of an attack can also be used to remotely install malware on a machine, though the researchers who found this flaw have yet to confirm that possibility. They have also yet to confirm that the flaw exists on iPhone versions later than 1.1.2, so you may already be protected.
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