Posted on 06 February 2012 by Shane McGlaun
Over the last few days, there's been a lot of talk about a flaw in iMessage that allows people to spy on your text messaging. If you want all the details on the not so easy to exploit glitch, check get it here.
Posted on 07 November 2011 by Shane McGlaun
Apple's head of security John Theriault has reportedly stepped down from his position as head of Apple security. The reason according to sources that he left was due to backlash over the lost iPhone prototype devices.
Posted on 30 July 2009 by Budi Putra
Two security researchers, Charlie Miller and Collin Mulliner, have discovered a serious security vulnerability on the iPhone and will present their findings later today at the Black Hat convention in Las Vegas.
Posted on 05 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
Piergiorgio Zambrini, who many of you may know him as the creator of the Ziphone application, claims to have found what he believes to be one of the most wide-spread security holes in Apple’s product line. Zambrini has recently applied for a job as an iPhone security engineer at Apple.
We would say he has better qualifications than the lineup Apple ... continued »
Posted on 17 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
Oh, it looks like more passcode issues are arising. This time, it's not so much a security flaw as it is an ability for others to use up your talk time minutes.
When entering the iPhone's emergency call feature, you can call 911 in case of an emergency. However, you can also call any other number you'd like. Basically, going ... continued »
Posted on 12 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
This is interesting! With all the talk about that security flaw of double tapping the home button to bypass the iPhone's passcode a few other issues have been brought up as well. For instance, the phone takes a screenshot of everything you do! Each time you hit the home button, change websites in Safari, switch to landscape mode, etc, it ... continued »
Posted on 09 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
There's so much going on this week! It's like you have to stay glued to your computer to soak up all the info. But that's okay. That's what we love here at iPhone Buzz. That being said, Jonathan Zdziarsky at O'Reilly is going to hack the iPhone's security on Thursday, September 11 and you can watch his every move via ... continued »
Posted on 31 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
News in the world of the iPhone has slowed a bit now that we've passed the launch phase, but there's still plenty of tidbits and info to fill the pages of iPhone Buzz. With that said, let's take a brief look at what this past week has held in store.
The App Store was in the spotlight once again this ... continued »
Posted on 27 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
Your private information may be at risk on your iPhone now that the 2.0.2 update has made the rounds. Why is this the case? Quite simply, anyone can break into your phone and access your private information including Contacts, Safari, Mail and SMS even if you have a password set.
The following was posted on Gizmodo and will explain what ... continued »
Posted on 31 July 2008 by Brenda Stokes
Could the iPhone 3G's GPS system cause you some trouble? That's what some people are convinced of. As you know, when you take photos now, the GPS can help keep track of where the photo was taken and organize it all for you for later reference. The issue arises once these photos are uploaded to sites like Flickr.
Even though ... continued »
Posted on 16 April 2008 by Chris Davies