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Apple Responds To The Big Security Flaw In Its iPhones

A few days ago, an iPhone hacker named Pod2g revealed a big security flaw in iPhones. He found a way to hack personal information via SMS/iMessage. The loophole allows hackers to send text messages that look like they're from a person or company you trust -- like your bank. When you respond, the message is forwarded to the hacker who can then strip all of the personal information you provided in the text.
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