Sat, Apr 22 2006 17:37
Unpatched Mac flaws may put users at risk
Apple Computer is investigating several unpatched and potentially
serious security flaws in Mac OS X that have been publicly disclosed,
the company said Friday.
Tom Ferris, a security researcher
in Mission Viejo, Calif., published late on Thursday information on
seven flaws in Apple's operating system that potentially put Mac users
at risk of a cyberattack. The most serious of the flaws could let
attackers surreptitiously run malicious code on users' PCs, Ferris said
in an interview via instant messaging.
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