Here's the story. What gets me is the headline, "iPad users on Windows targeted with malware." Am I wrong to think that the headline makes it seem that the weakness is in the iPad? The story is a bit unclear too, but anyone who knows about computers understands that the attack is not on the iPad, but on the Windows machine, and in fact that it's really a social engineered trojan horse. The email isn't even about updating the iPad's software, apparently.
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