New iPhone Vulnerability Exposes Data to Linux

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Blair_Flocco

If a bad guy gains physical possession of your device, your data is already compromised Reverse Cell Phone Lookup.That is simply not true. the pin CAN be enforced, but is certainly not a requirement.

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TomCJeagle

thats what happens when you take linux lightly

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stytch

Ubuntu,  Isn't that the sweet carmel coating you drizzle all over an apple to make it worth a damn?

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fashion_electronics

A lot of electronics that have the simlar design with ipod...high quality...low price...share the excellent with you www.electronicb2c.com

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arch20002013

Now lets plug in an ipad and see what there is to that.  And agreed with previous poster, Ubuntu is probably a new word for Apple.

 

 

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aviaggio

Does Apple even know what Ubuntu is?

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CSR

No. Most users don't even use a PIN to protect their mobile phones, anyway.

If a bad guy gains physical possession of your device, your data is already compromised.

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big_montana

If it is used in an enterprise, a PIN is required.

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decoy5657

That is simply not true. the pin CAN be enforced, but is certainly not a requirement.

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