Nine hacks that will make you the master of your iPhone

Wednesday, 25 July 2007, 9:12 AM EST

ost of the hacks that have been publicized so far are aimed at controlling or enhancing your own iPhone, but a darker side has emerged too. A security firm announced a possible Wi-Fi-based browser exploit, which could give hackers access to an iPhone's microphone, surfing history and contact information - and possibly website and e-mail passwords stored on the phone, too. Make no mistake: The iPhone is a magnet for hackers, both good and bad.

The hacks in this article run the gamut from easy hacks almost anyone can do to advanced mods that require serious hardware and software skills.

At Wired.

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