updated 11:25 am EDT, Thu March 22, 2012
Dutch government issues official warning
The flaw has been tested on the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, and third-gen iPad, and the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice has reportedly even issued a warning. It was first discovered in iOS 5, and then replicated on March 1st. Apple was alerted on the 2nd and acknowledged the issue the next day, but has yet to put out a firmware update.
Apple now has at least two problems to address with new firmware. The other is weak Wi-Fi reception, a glitch resurrected from the first-gen iPad. Two temporary solutions include toggling Wi-Fi off and on, or simply rebooting an iPad.