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Thread: Hackers break iPhone push messaging, blame Apple

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    Default Hackers break iPhone push messaging, blame Apple
    "A variety of sources have published a story accusing the iPhone 3.0 software of broadcasting "your AIM [instant] messages to random recipients without your knowledge or consent." In reality, the problem is created by hackers experimenting with their phones without understanding what they were doing. Without user tampering, the iPhone's security layer actually prevents this from happening."

    AppleInsider | Hackers break iPhone push messaging, blame Apple

    Anyone know anything about this? I'd like to use push functionality, but would hate to find out that my aim msg's and other stuff might be going to someone else's phone...

    Anyone know how to check or correct this?

    Okay some comments on this, hope they are right:

    "WTF? Who has writed this piece of crap?

    The problem is not with jailbroken iPhones, the problem is with hacktivated iPhones.

    When jou jailbreak your unlocked iPhone or you jailbreak a legally activated iPhone you don't need to use fake certificates, you use you real certificate in iTunes.

    FUD, this is your article."
    Last edited by cartman13; 2009-07-22 at 11:38 PM.
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