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+ - Should this be touted in an Apple iPhone 5 ad?->

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billrp (1530055) writes ""Hidden web code means hackers 'can wipe Samsung Galaxy S3'. Malicious hackers can hide a code in a web page that will trigger a full factory reset of Samsung’s best-selling Galaxy S3 smartphone, deleting contacts, photographs, music, apps and other valuable data, security researchers have discovered.""
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Should this be touted in an Apple iPhone 5 ad?

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