Safari is a web browser provided by Apple. Safari installed in iPod touch and iPhone accepts a self-signed or invalid server cerficate without the user's explicit concent when connecting via SSL/TLS.
According to Apple, "When Safari accesses a website that uses a self-signed or invalid certificate, it prompts the user to accept or reject the certificate. If the user presses the menu button while at the prompt, then on the next visit to the site, the certificate is accepted with no prompt."
This vulnerability could be exploited to conduct a man-in-the-middle attack. As a result, this may lead to the disclosure of sensitive information.
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