Hacker exposes the dangers of jailbreaking, makes iPhones do his bidding
1. redmd posted on 19 Jan 2012, 07:55 7 5
"Corporations love iOS more than BlackBerry OS; Android seen as a security risk" yeah we can clearly see that.
2. c.hack posted on 19 Jan 2012, 08:12 3 6
Jailbreaking, just like rooting or ROMing a Droid makes phones more vulnerable. Any competent IT admin would ban jailbroken or rooted phones from the network.
The problem with Android is that there is much much more malware out there and it can easily be installed without rooting. Not to mention that most Android users nowadays have no idea what they are doing - they just see the pretty screen and install any app in the market, then complain when their phone constantly reboots or has FCs.
5. atheisticemetic posted on 19 Jan 2012, 08:31 3 1
i suppose i fail to see how rooting my phone makes it more vulnerable in comparison to its already vulnerable state
3. mozes316 posted on 19 Jan 2012, 08:17 1 2
lol I see what you did there.
Even though I'm a bigger fan of the Android OS, I can definitely see where security is a bigger issue than other mobile operating systems.
6. Slammer posted on 19 Jan 2012, 09:09 2 1
Did I not call this?
Unless anyone understands Apple, Android or any other OS beyond just being blinded by love for your products of choice, no system is secure.
I just posted my experiences with hacking on another subject about this. I am currently running the original "unrooted" HTC Evo and have had no issues from day one. All my colleagues that have jailbroken their iphones, or rooted their Androids, have met issue after issue.
7. networkdood posted on 19 Jan 2012, 10:38 1 0
When an Android phone is rooted, though, this kind of stuff does not happen.
8. Slammer posted on 19 Jan 2012, 11:12 0 0
Actually it does.
Modifying ANY modern day operating system beyond what it is designed for, breaks down the built-in filters which are imbedded within the programming of the system. These filters are put in place to minimize the potential danger from viruses, malware etc.
They are not fullproof, but they are there for a reason. Hacking an OS is rather simple. Hacking the OS and keeping the coded filters in place, is not. Hence, making any modifications to your mobile device through jailbreaks or roots, wipes out the filters as well. This is why it is not recommended and consequently voids warranties.
Engineers and Developers, can find ways to alter a system and make devices run more efficiently. Hackers can't. They just find ways to make your device run choice programs without recognizing the detrimental effects.
9. manuell3g posted on 19 Jan 2012, 13:29 1 0
This is not going to make ios users stop jailbreaking. Their phones are practically useless without jailbreaks so hey u guys av to understand.......we dont av a choice,jailbreak get your phone hacked or own a dump phone.its ur choice.lol