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Comment: Re:But what about the email footer???? (Score 1) 346

by MrP- (#47376483) Attached to: Goldman Sachs Demands Google Unsend One of Its E-mails

I thought so.

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Comment: Re:Similar bug in iOS (Score 1) 349

by MrP- (#47368169) Attached to: Bug In Fire TV Screensaver Tears Through 250 GB Data Cap

Hmm that doesn't make sense. iOS updates are delta updates and have been since they first introduced the feature where you can update on the device itself.

Only when doing complete version upgrades (e.g. iOS 6 to iOS 7) does it download the entire OS. Or if you download updates via iTunes instead of on the device.

I just updated my iPhone 5S yesterday from 7.1.1 to 7.1.2 and it was just a 32mb download.

Comment: Re:Yes, it invoked the multitasking screen but... (Score 1) 135

by MrP- (#44903303) Attached to: iOS 7 Lock Screen Bug Leaves Certain Apps Vulnerable For Access

Actually the only security problem seems to be the Camera app. Since the camera app is allowed from the lock screen if you open it via the multitask screen while using this trick it opens the full camera app.

Normally the camera app when password protected can take new photos and can't access old ones but when you do it this way you have full access to the camera roll. You can delete photos, share them (txt, email, twitter, facebook, etc).

So that's a security issue.

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