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 weakness stems from a design consideration from Apple. It only occurs on websites that identify themselves as mobile sites, as it allows web developers to take advantage of more of...
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