Linked by David Adams on Thu 7th Feb 2008 04:28 UTC, submitted by Corinne Iozzio
Privacy, Security, Encryption So, you think that since there are so few holes in your Mac OS that you're invulnerable to attack? That may be true for Trojans and viruses, but it's not the case for phishing attacks that can be fiendishly deceptive and destructive. Not worried yet? Read this column and you might think again.
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openwookie
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2006-04-25

Actually his right. I have submitted a security bug report for a remotely triggerable security issue (I consider mine high, because its remotely triggerable, but it doesn't execute code, but its not easy to fix, causes massive headaches, and can affect many people at once).

I called bullshit.

Sounds like a poorly constructed strawman to me. Burn baby burn!

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