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The following tutorial will enable you to move your downloaded Youtube videos on your iPhone to the camera roll app. This will give you complete video editing capabilities of iPhone 3GS with which you can trim and share your downloaded videos on your iPhone, and then sync them with your PC or Mac. You can also make it work with your iPhone 2G, 3G and iPod touch by first following the tutorial posted here on How-to: Enable iPhone 3GS Video Editing and Camera Roll in iPhone 3G, 2G and iPod touch before following the guide posted below.

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Just a couple of days ago, we warned you about a worm which turned into a mobile botnet, infecting thousands of jailbroken iPhone users worldwide. According to the latest report posted by Mashable, this malicious worm in question has now been identified by the name of Ikee.B or Duh virus, and it is of the same variant as the original Ikee virus which was created by an Aussie. The only difference here is that Ikee.B is far more dangerous like iPhone/Privacy.A virus, and it is spreading rapidly, infecting thousands of jailbroken iPhone users in Australia, Netherlands, Hungary, Portugal, Brazil and other countries.

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From last one month or so, jailbroken iPhone community has remained under constant threats from various types of worm attacks. First time that we warned you about was when a Dutch hacker tried to access jailbroken iPhones through SSH in his native country Netherlands. He offered remedy for 5 Euros. Another attempt was by Ikee, an Australian, who was successful in injecting a worm into jailbroken iPhone’s whose users had forgot to change their root password for SSH. This worm ikee, however, did not cause any harm to the victim’s iPhone, but it laid a foundation for another worm that could harm iPhone users indefinitely.

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November has proved tough for jailbroken iPhone users as they twice came under attack by hackers. First one which we did warned you about was when a Dutch hacker tried to access jailbroken iPhones through SSH in his native country Netherlands. He was successful in sending totally off guarded users a message that read, “Your iPhone’s been hacked because it’s really insecure! Please visit doiop.com/iHacked and secure your iPhone right now! Right now, I can access all your files.”. The second development was an attempt by an Australian who successfully injected a worm called “ikee” into jailbroken iPhones whose users forgot to change their root password for SSH. Victims of ikee virus were astonished to find their home screen background automatically changed to that of Rick Astley. ikee virus spread like a chain reaction from iPhones on one cellular network, to iPhones on other.

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