Emergency Call Security Flaw Persists in iPhone 2.1
About a month ago Dieter reported about a fairly large security flaw in firmware 2.0.2 that gave access to Safari, Email, and a frightening amount of personal data. Apple patched it in 2.1. Or did they?
This could be a flaw, or feature, but it turns out you still have the ability to make a phone call, to any number, while the iPhone is locked with a passcode. Wasn't the "emergency" call feature meant to call "emergency" numbers such as 911 only?
Apple can you please put this on your "need to fix" list? Thank you!
(Via Macrumors, as discussed way back in 2.0.2 on the forums of iLounge.com)
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