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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

CNN: Bug could open iPhone to hackers

It was only a matter of time before this would happen, but I don't think anyone anticipated what means those hackers would use to get into your iPhone, but apparently it didn't take them very long finding a common bug to get access to all your information.

There was probably not much to it, to convert a hawk wasp into a hack wasp and a praying mantis into a prying one. I can imagine it took a little longer to teach the yellow jackets different colors, so they would not be stuck on that one particular shade.

Termites were served a different dish until their palette changed and they are now eager to sink their jaws into the electronics of your iPhone after the firewall flies cleared the way. There are probably some more bugs which would lend themselves very well for opening up your iPhone to the hackers.

Oh, and by the way; I would strongly recommend you avoid the ear wicks!



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