iPhone 3GS Security Weakness

If you thought your iPhone 3GS was more secure than the original iPhone or the iPhone 3G, think again. iPhone developer and hacker extraordinaire Jonathan Zdziarski says the encryption Apple has implemented on the iPhone 3GS is next to worthless.

With many businesses, higher education institutions, and government agencies starting to use the iPhone, Zdziarski cites poor encryption as cause for concern. In a demonstration to Wired, he pulled live sensitive data from an iPhone 3GS using readily available free software in only two minutes.

Enterprise and Silverlight on the iPhone

Over at Loosely Coupled, Tim Marman has organized some thoughts on the iPhone's increasingly capable role in the enterprise community as well as the potential of Microsoft's Silverlight on the iPhone. Marman, with a strong background in enterprise technology and application development, offers up some interesting food for thought on the pair.

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