| | Re: NEWS: iPhone anti-malware stuck in state of denial. Notneeded, says Apple. Won't run, say developers.
On 12/1/09 12:22 PM, in article firstname.lastname@example.org,
"nospam" <email@example.com> wrote:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, WindsorFox
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Someone said it's impossible to get malware on an iPhone, my question
>> was are you willing to bet everything you have on that belief?
> nothing is impossible so your question is basically a straw man.
> the point is that the risk of iphone malware is effectively zero
> because everything is codesigned and sandboxed. someone would have to
> find an exploit and then figure out how to turn it into something evil.
> not that simple.
By asking others to "put everything on" their "belief" reveals an almost
theological neurosis. When he carries on with the "you don't know who I am"
diatribe, it is almost certain that he is somewhat unstable.
Our game-boy "Fox" has a biological disorder, so I am cutting him some
slack. When one has flawed logic, it is cruel and futile to engage them in a