So now I guess everyone is going to talk about how secure Windows Mobile is because there aren't so many exploits targeting it? It's simply a matter of marketshare. In the PC space, Windows is #1 so there are more high profile attacks against it. In the mobile space, the iPhone is killing the competition so people are attacking it. The only thing surprising about these types of attacks to me is that they only seem to make headlines in the geek press. An issue like this targeting a desktop (no matter who makes it) would be all over the news since they seem to enjoy spreading FUD. If they broadcast this, they'll have people cancelling data plans and buying Tracphones by the end of the day. But, it's rare to ever hear about mobile vulnerabilities outside of the tech circles even though the mobile market is huge.