> With MeeGo, there are new usage models where desktop data is migrating to mobile phones, which are much more easily lost, for example. People are doing banking from their phones as well. When Ware asked how many in the audience had used their phone for banking, he got quite a few hands; "you're all screwed", he said. Those credentials are stored somewhere in the phone for an attacker (or thief) to find.
Screwed? Unless I tell it to save passwords, I really doubt that Firefox on my phone is storing my bank login credentials. And any particular session cookie will expire pretty quickly. I don't think existing phone manufacturers have gotten this as wrong as they suggest.
> $8-90/1000 bots "depending on quantity"
I'm not quite sure how to parse that. Is it "between $8 and $90 per 1000 bots, depending on the total quantity"? Those numbers are strangely specific for covering such a large range. Or was "between $80 and $90" the intended interpretation, which could make sense if observed averages are within that small range.