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That's never fun.

edit: Title is partially misleading. While it was only directed at Apple's iPad, the issue was with AT&T. We don't know if Apple could have prevented it, however.
Partially misleading?

Apple is guilty by mere association and that's it. This is almost as bad as that whole photoshopped iPhone picture. Just more post-WWDC nonsense.
 
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post #52 of 63
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Then why was it brought up of any reason at all other than to troll?
Not troll no, but to answer your question on what that other member may have meant. No trolling here, I could care less about Apple. XD
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It's a jab at how Apple jabs at how Windows has viruses, spyware, etc.
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Well, I'm pretty sure that's one reason Steve Jobs says Mac is superior to Windows? Maybe I'm interpreting it incorrectly. In which case I offer my apologies to the OP.
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exactly. Steve Jobs says that, of which is not true even in the slightest. This would be a "jab" at that.
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Then why was it brought up of any reason at all other than to troll?
You have been given reasons as to why I said that. Your post deals only with the Ipad and mines dealt with Apple projects in general. Sorry if my "trolling" displeases you so greatly.
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apple+security=what security?
    
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This was AT&T's fault, not Apple's. The hackers threw a random ICC-ID at some part of AT&T server which was unprotected and it returned an e-mail address, then they wrote a program to do it fast.

Do correct me if I'm wrong. However, this is nonetheless very bad press for Apple.
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Oh man goatse security is real pwn.
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Why am I the only one who finds it hilarious that they called themselves Goatse security??
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post #58 of 63
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Why am I the only one who finds it hilarious that they called themselves Goatse security??
Because exploiting a gaping security hole has nothing to do with... oh wait.
post #59 of 63
goatse security. LOL.
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post #60 of 63
Somehow i knew it'd be Gawker that reported on this...
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