| | Re: NEWS: iPhone anti-malware stuck in state of denial. Not needed,says Apple. Won't run, say developers.
Kurt Ullman wrote:
> In article <email@example.com>,
> nospam <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> In article <email@example.com>, WindsorFox
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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.
> And after all that sneak it past the iTunes store approval process.
> Even less simple.
Or in email or a website through wifi, even simpler.
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