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Didn't Apple say that Android had all these security problems lol ?
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So basically if your iPhone is lost/stolen, this software can extract your network and email passwords if it falls into the hands of someone who desires that information?

Wouldn't want anyone leaching my WiFi, and my email is like my diary!!!!

LOL

I'll try not to loose my phone, but if I do, I'll race home and change the PW to any sensitive accounts.
    
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Originally Posted by WaXyDeAd View Post
wow this is a HUGE flaw considering how easy it is and how little actual skill it takes to do. Now anyone on the street can steal and iphone and get a whole load of your info.
Not really.

You've got to STEAL the iPhone, avoid getting caught, get back to your computer at home, jail break the iPhone, install SSH and do whatever they did, etc., just to get an e-mail address password, and a few other (useless) tidbits of information. The only problem is the e-mail and that can be solved within a minute of being near a computer.

You steal my iPhone I'll get on me.com or on another iDevice and track it's location, and then report it to the police. Even if they were smart and turned it off, it's gotta go back on at some point. Or, I could just remote wipe it -- preferably after I know where they are.

Anyways, isn't this doable on a droid too? Doesn't rooting it give you full access?
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As it turns out, if someone steals my laptop they can do this. If someone steals my desktop they can do this. If someone steals fridge, they could do this.

This kind of cracking has existed since mobile phones existed really.
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Man I'm so in the wrong business =/
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