Ok, hear me out here. My Mac's been under Applecare's repair for a couple of days, so I haven't had the chance to hack my iPhone yet, but I HAVE been keep ing up on the news. Recently, I've been hearing alot about this "Installer.app" and how it is such an awesome program for iPhone that lets you add application wirelessly and blablabla. But just the other day, I read in this story in Gizmodo (http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/piece-of...-easily-no-hacking-skills-required-291184.php ) a comment from a user "DYLANQ" who said "Why is Installer.app getting so much attention? Installer.app represents everything that is NOT open source. The applications lead developer has done EVERYTHING he can to keep the open source installation apps from gaining popularity. In addition to all that, running closed source apps on the iPhone is STUPID. If you people had any idea how dangerous that is, or how unsecure the iPhone's system is (EVERYTHING RUNS AS ROOT), you would NEVER trust a closed source app. Please check out the alternatives to Installer.app, there are some great open source apps that work much better." Is this true? I mean, just how safe is this program if it isn't open-source yet has all my iPhones information at its fingertips? Is this software we should really be supporting and pushing knowledge of or is DylanQ just paranoid? Please, advise so that we all know. Thanks.