A bit of a scare for iPhone owners this holiday season. Security researcher Rik Farrow has this demonstration of how one little hole can allow you to do all sorts of nasty things to an iPhone. Farrow is able to take over the iPhone pull all sorts of sensitive data stored on it, and then place a spy app that records all audio data into an easilly obtainable file. Scary stuff.
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