It's nothing new, researchers have been hammering away at the iPhone since its release. Given that nobody has figured a way to install and execute anything other than a web app, the immediate chances of exploit appear pretty remote. In fact, it would seem that this would be the ideal time for researchers to be probing the iPhone for flaws, as it allows the company to patch the most glaring holes without any threat of exploitation.
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