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Date: Tue, 18 May 2010 11:09:21 +0200
To: Gregor Schneider <>
Subject: Re: iPhone data protection flaw

Gregor Schneider writes:

> Bernd,
> IIRC, the iPhone gets mounted, however, you'll only have access to
> pictures & videos (3gs). I wouldn't consider that a security flaw -
> this behaviour is standard for almost any device being mounted via
> USB.
> Question:
> iPhone OS 3.1.3? Jailbreaked / original firmware?

On a 3GS with original iPhone OS 3.1.2 I can access:
	- Pictures, Podcasts, Videos
	- Install-Packages, Google SafeBrowsing-DB

And all that before entering any PIN.

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