EVERYBODY PANIC! A new threat has been found in Safari, allowing hackers to rip the entire catalog of text messages (received and sent, deleted or not) from your iPhone for their perusal and personal privacy perversions. You load the malicious website, and it goes to work, no user interaction required.
NOBODY PANIC! Fortunately for us, it was discovered by two gents Vincenzo Iozzo and Ralf-Philipp Weinmann, security researchers performing for the 2010 Pwn20wn hacking contest, and their $15,000 first prize ensures that the winning formula will go to Apple (and only Apple) for further study. Thank God for the good guys.Read More
iPhone SMS database hacked in 20 seconds