Snapchat bug could lead to mass spam campaign or denial of service attacks on any iPhone.
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Scammers are taking advantage of the anticipation around the Apple iPhone 5 to spam Facebook users.
Security researcher Aviv Raff (left) has discovered a pair of basic design flaws that could turn your iPhone into easy bait for malicious phishing and spamming attacks.According to an advisory from Raff, the iPhone's Mail and Safari applications are susceptible to a URL Spoofing vulnerability which allow attackers to conduct phishing attacks.
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This tip was shared with me over IM from Eric Nix:I had a pleasant surprise after returning from a trip to London. I forgot to turn the email autocheck off on my iPhone while traveling.
Spammers are exploiting the excitement over Apple's smartphone release, by sending malicious emails to fool recipients into thinking they have won their own iPhone
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