Trusting iPhones plugged into bogus chargers get a dose of malware – Ars Technica


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Trusting iPhones plugged into bogus chargers get a dose of malware
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Apple has responded to this research by making the iPhone a little less trusting. Instead of trusting any USB host that it's connected to, iOS 7 will prompt users the first time, asking if they want to trust the currently connected computer. This
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