Huge Security Flaw for a Password-Protected iPhone

 I’ve seen this on at least two sites but thought I’d post it here as well.  The more this gets out to the world, the better we’ll ALL be: If you password protect your iPhone, anyone can bypass your password protection by tapping on the “emergency call” button.  From there, they can double-tap on teh […]

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GMail over HTTPS/SSL

 Take a look at this article from Slashdot.  This is an excellent reason to browse your messages, whether they be on our Shared Exchange network, or on GMail’s servers over HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol)/SSL (Secure Socket Layer).  HTTPS/SSL is basically a more secure way to connect to a website or a mail server and […]

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Installing a non-Standard SSL Certificate onto an iPhone

While this will work with Windows Mobile devices as well, with the popularity of the new iPhone, the question of installing non-standart (self-generated for example) certificates has come up in conversation here in the office.   If you need to install an SSL certificate onto your device, your best bet is to download the file […]

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