Earlier this week, an iPhone jailbreaking guru called pod2g revealed how even the very latest beta versions of iOS 6 cannot prevent the iPhone from being vulnerable to SMS text message spoofing. This technique is often employed by spammers and scammers alike when targeting the smartphone user in order to get them to click on a link or otherwise responds to what appears to be a message from a trusted source. ![dweb-imessage01](/attachments/small/0/dweb-imessage01.jpg "align-right") Technically it's about as simple as it gets: all the would-be spoofer needs to do is change the User Data Header indicator within the Protocol Description Unit …

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I've heard rumors of this coming for awhile, but I finally saw it while browsing DaniWeb just a couple of minutes ago. A box ad that I run with a white background, which usually displays four ads, now displays three. The extra room is reserved for some text links with a bunch of keywords, similar to the link units. However, instead of opening a new window, clicking on one of the keywords dynamically refreshes the IFRAME to present the user with new ads, in addition to making room for a search field built into part of the ad box (Many …

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The End.