Two security experts have found a vulnerability in Apple's iPhone that allows a hacker to take control of the phone through a text-message attack, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Cyber security researchers Charlie Miller and Collin Mulliner explained the security hole at the Black Hat cyber security conference in Las Vegas July 30. They said they informed Apple of the problem a month ago but the problem has not been patched, and Apple reportedly has declined to comment on the issue. The iPhone, the researchers said, can be controlled by an outside hacker through a series of mostly invisible short...

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