Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 20th Apr 2007 19:03 UTC, submitted by fiji2
Mac OS X Apple on Thursday plugged over two dozen security exploits within the client and server versions of its Mac OS X 10.3 'Panther' and Mac OS X 10.4 'Tiger' operating systems that could potentially expose Mac users to a variety of malicious attacks.
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by ValiSystem on Fri 20th Apr 2007 21:58 UTC in reply to "RE"
ValiSystem
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2006-02-28

I'm really curious to know what is the point of your "demonstration".

http://secunia.com/graph/?type=cri&period=all&prod=2719
http://secunia.com/graph/?type=cri&period=all&prod=96

By the way, i never pretended that linux were more secure, actually, i don't mind, they both have a security level well above i need for my use.

I just wanted to say that the "hundreds" patches thing was not an argument to complain about Mac OS X patches discussions we see at each patch releases.

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