iPhone buffer exploit may lead to jailbreak

Friday, 5 October 2007, 11:44 AM EST

A newly discovered iPhone exploit could help developers find another way to run third-party applications on Apple's device. Posters to the Hackintosh forums have discovered that Mobile Safari on both the Touch and the iPhone suffer from a one year old TIFF buffer overflow exploit that could lead to a jailbreak for the devices.

At MacNN.

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