One of the security researchers who is credited with finding the first vulnerabilities on the iPhone blasted Apple as being "negligent" with its handling of vulnerability reports and security updates.
ISE researcher Charles Miller was quoted in a recent Computerworld article as saying that Apple has had a consistently bad record of keeping its software, and particularly its open-source components, up-to-date with the latest patches.
And you know what? He's right.
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