Researcher warns of iPhone phishing dangers


ReadWriteWeb reports that malicious web developers can take advantage of the iPhone's ability to push the Safari's address bar out of view, according to independent security researcher Nitesh Dhanjani via a post on his personal blog. After a web page loads, the real address bar can disappear while a web site graphic depicting the address bar can be used to trick users into thinking they're on the correct site. This
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