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Originally Posted by EricTheHalfBee View Post

Funny how in previous discussions about the problems with malware on Android you demanded "proof" of something happening.

Funny how you demand proof of harm now when you normally haven't when we've discussed it before 1rolleyes.gif
No harm no foul right?
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post #42 of 44
I have no issue with Apple and others being required to have the ability to allow law enforcement to track my phone and have access to all my data. But that must only be allowed to happen with a warrant issued by a judge who has considered whether it's justified. Customers should know this is a possibility and the law should be clear on when and how it can be used.
post #43 of 44
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Originally Posted by mstone View Post

He doesn't need to prove anything to us. He is already a published author on iOS security, an early member of iOS jail breaking teams and invited to lecture at a well known conference. It is no different than a doctor lecturing at a medical conference about his work in cancer research. You don't expect him to first cure cancer before being allowed to give talk on the subject.
He doesn't need to prove anything? Any good computer scientist/engineer/specialist is going to ask him to.

You are falling into the logical fallacy of appealing to authority. Just because someone who is knowledgeable in a given field says something is true, does not necessarily make it true.

W. Pauli, winner of the Nobel prize in physics, said that all scientific methods fail when questions of origin are involved.


http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=z6kgvhG3AkI

http://www.answersingenesis.org...

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W. Pauli, winner of the Nobel prize in physics, said that all scientific methods fail when questions of origin are involved.


http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=z6kgvhG3AkI

http://www.answersingenesis.org...

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post #44 of 44
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Originally Posted by digitalclips View Post

This will be lost on the noise ...

Apple's iOS security is "otherwise great," Zdziarski wrote, noting that Apple has "worked hard to make iOS devices reasonably secure against typical attackers."


Sadly I discovered that Apple with iOS7 assists Google to spy.

 

By chance I noticed my Google Gmail settings had the capability to share several of my files with Google.

Also  the settings were on so this could occur without me knowing.

My 2 other Email settings could do the same with less files, but that was turned off by default.

 

A few weeks ago I mentioned this to an Apple retail store employee.  He immediately looked at his iPhone Email settings and was shocked (to put it lightly) that his iPhone was the same.  Google had been accessing several of his sensitive files.

 

I'm still in disbelief that Apple would,  behind my back, share my sensitive info with spying Google !

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