Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 21st Feb 2006 17:59 UTC
Mac OS X "[Last week], we reported on a Trojan horse for Mac OS X that is just like the entry for Earth in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in that it is mostly harmless. A new vulnerability targeted at Apple's home-grown web browser, Safari, is another matter entirely. A German security firm appears to have been the first to discover the Safari flaw, which allows for shell scripts to be executed after clicking a link."
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This "flaw"
by psschroe on Tue 21st Feb 2006 19:10 UTC
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is a joke and why all of a sudden people fell it news worthy again is silly.

"""My XP machine in the office seems to have comparable uptimes, no more security threats (at the moment) and all the apps.
Did I mention my office PC cost a full 3rd less than the equivalent Mac config? And yes this is a high spec PC, not your average Beige box (it's a Dell Precision 470 Workstation with Dual-Xeons, Gigs of Ram, SATA, multi-monitors etc..). """

As for this silly comment, go take a math class, because yours is off.

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