Does Mac Have Potential For Hacker Attacks?
The Apple Macintosh enjoys a reputation as one of the more secure systems out there, but the recent discovery of vulnerabilities in two of Apple’s most popular applications serves as a reminder that no Internet user is immune to attacks.
In January, four critical security vulnerabilities were discovered in the Apple QuickTime and iTunes applications, raising security concerns over the increasingly popular media player formats.
Solution providers said customers need to be aware of the risks these applications might bring, but expressed faith that Mac OS X remains secure, at least for now. Does Mac Have Potential For Hacker Attacks? | | Feb 13, 2006 | Network Computing
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