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Wednesday, 25 July 2007

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What's in your wallet?

A design flaw in the software of the sensational new iPhone is allowing criminals complete access to their handhelds. Victims are being billed by offshore companies while thieves steal whatever they want from the devices.

They can also upload files to compromised cellphones. According to authorities, there are reported cases of pornographic spam filling available memory.

"It's really an interesting flaw," said Hacker666, who is wanted for selling stolen FBI computers on ebay. "Almost as if someone intended there be a back door."

Financial districts of major cities are being hit the hardest according to authorities. Executives are being arrested on anonymous tips of illegal material on their iPhones, according to authorities.

Thieves cannot access the owner's password nor listen in on live phone calls according to Apple security experts.

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