Ever come across an image while browsing the web on your iPhone that you'd just love to use as a wallpaper? Or maybe you just want to save an image to import it to your computer later. Since iPhone Software Update 2.0, you can now save images from Safari or Mail. Here's how it's done: surf to a webpage or email which contains an image that you want to save. Tap and hold on the particular image for 2-3 second and a dialogue will slide up asking if you'd like to save the image. Tap "Save Image" to confirm, and its immediately saved to your camera roll.
Security researcher Aviv Raff claims that the iPhone and iPod touch versions of Mail and Safari are both vulnerable to a URL Spoofing vulnerability that could allow attackers to conduct phishing attacks to iPhone users. According to Raff, a hacker could create a specially crafted URL that, when sent via an email, he could convince came from a trusted domain like a bank, PayPal, a social network, etc. Then, when clicked and opened in Safari, the URL showed in Safari's URL bar would still appear to the victim that it is from the trusted domain.