We reported earlier that JailbreakMe.com was a recently published webpage that allowed iOS device users to exploit a security hole in Safari, which would then open up the system to non-Apple application installs, and customization. It is now being reported by Reuters that Apple is indeed looking into the security hole. Company spokeswoman Natalie Harrison […]
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Apple Looking Into the Safari Security Hole that Allows Jailbreaking

We reported earlier that JailbreakMe.com was a recently published webpage that allowed iOS device users to exploit a security hole in Safari, which would then open up the system to non-Apple application installs, and customization.

It is now being reported by Reuters that Apple is indeed looking into the security hole.

Company spokeswoman Natalie Harrison said the company was aware of the report.

“We’re investigating,” she said.

Apple has not stated when it plans to have a fix out for the vulnerability, but it’s a sure bet it will be soon. This flaw could easily be used for malicious means, and, besides, Apple doesn’t like users jailbreaking their iOS devices too much.

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