Many Mac users like to think that Apple's computers are all but safe from any sort of software virus, and while that's not strictly true, it is a fact that Macs don't suffer from the same security, or at least virus issues that have plagued the Windows PC for many a year. Security through obscurity has kept the Mac largely at the bottom of the virus food chain, but that doesn't mean it's invulnerable.
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.