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Apple has released the first iPhone update with fixes for vulnerabilities in Safari, WebCore and WebKit. The update is available through iTunes when the iPhone is connected. Perhaps not coincidentally, Apple managed to push out this set of patches just before the briefings began at the 2007 Black Hat Conference, taking place Thursday and Friday in Las Vegas, Nevada. The researchers who discovered the flaws in Safari were set to reveal the details of their finds at the annual hacker conference.

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