Ah, thinness. It's not just for supermodels, but superphones too, and while the white iPhone 4 has suffered claims of being thicker than its black brother from the same crunchy mother, one of its fathers says nuh-uh.
Pure Hacking, the Australian experts in helping organisations protect their information assets earlier this week demonstrated to the cards and payments industry how to think like a hacker. The security specialist outlined the prevalence of security compromises for computer networks, hand held devices, WIFI locations and data held on social media sites. Pure Hacking's CTO, Ty Miller, confirmed in two simple steps how to use a hacked iPhone to bypass SMS 2-factor authentication to make online retail purchases with stolen information.
Global messaging leader eBuddy (with 30million users, including 500,000 in Australia) this week made Australia one of the first two countries in the world to receive eBuddy XMS, its newest free smartphone app. eBuddy XMS sends real-time free SMS messages from any smartphone to any other smartphone--whether Android or iPhone and is integrated with Facebook. (A BlackBerry version is due out soon.)
No overseas call centre employee will be able to tell you anything unless it's in their call flow sheet.
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