A flaw in the iPhone's networking functionality is being exploited by malicious Wi-Fi networks again, and this time, it seems like restoring that functionality will be more difficult than expected.

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Wi-Fi Networks Could Be Permanently Breaking iPhone Networking

A flaw in the iPhone’s networking functionality is being exploited by malicious Wi-Fi networks again, and this time, it seems like restoring that functionality will be more difficult than expected.

Secret Club founder Carl Schou revealed in June that naming a network “%p%s%s%s%s%n” could disable the Wi-Fi support of any iPhone that connected to it. Schou initially said the problem was permanent, but resetting a device’s networking settings could fix the issue. (Although that would be of little comfort to people who don’t know how to perform that reset

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