With iPhone launch, a hacker's to-do list

Monday, 2 July 2007, 12:09 AM EST

Security researcher Tom Ferris says he's paid someone to stand in line for him in order to get an early crack at the iPhone. He believes that the iPhone's Safari browser will be similar to the 3.0 beta. And thanks to the iPhone's Wi-Fi support, he expects to be able to run "fuzzing" software that can bombard the iPhone with data over his local network, looking for errors that will cause it to crash.

At Computerworld.

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