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More AT&T Fail

It's no secret that I have no love for AT&T. I live in San Francisco, and I have an iPhone. What more do I need to say?

I was without signal while sitting in my office for about an hour this afternoon.  Finally I noticed the signal came back, so I fired up the Mark the Spot app to...mark the spot. Again. Latest version of the app asked if I wanted to register with AT&T so they could provide feedback as they improved things.  Golly, sure! So it fires off an SMS message to AT&T.  The response I get back? Fail...

New iPhone "Vulnerability" Not News

The media's at it again.  It became "news" last week when the first iPhone worm appeared on the scene, accessing jailbroken iPhones via ssh with a default root password.

Default root password attacks came out when? 1975 or so? How is this news?

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