Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 1st May 2007 22:39 UTC
Mac OS X Apple on Tuesday released a QuickTime update to fix a security flaw that was used to breach a MacBook Pro at a recent security conference. The media player vulnerability lies in QuickTime for Java, Apple said in a security alert. The hole could be exploited through a rigged Web site and let an attacker commandeer computers running both Mac OS X and Windows, the Mac maker said.
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RE: OS X must be getting real
by Umbra on Wed 2nd May 2007 00:43 UTC in reply to "OS X must be getting real"
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Popular, it really gets the news now. I guess all them people claiming bigger market share you will get hacked alot, it's just nonsense.

Well, latest market share figures can be found here:

According to this the Mac platform is upon 6.21% and Linux is at 0.80% or almost 8 times smaller. The Mac computer platform is now the fastest growing personal computer platform in the world - joined by the Apple Reatil Stores as the world fastest growing retail chain.

Edited 2007-05-02 00:48

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