Friday, November 24, 2006

Adware Trojan aims for Macs

More proof that the Mac OS X is not quite as secure as it's boosters thought. Apparently, this code can be installed without any user input, much less permission. This should not be able to happen and I imagine it won't take long for Apple to issue a fix. Still, it is proof Mac users should now keep up on security matters related to their chosen platform. They can no longer blithely assume security sufficient to the job is built in.


1 comment:

  1. Hi,

    If you have to compare computers with something else say cars then:

    Cars get a 9.99 reliability and computers get 0.01 points.

    Computers are very unreliable, although they are very useful.



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