OS X security flaws: much ado about nothing?

Friday, 24 February 2006, 1:36 PM EST

Apple's got a worm... or several, as panicked news headlines of multiple OS X security flaws in the past several weeks have trumpeted. Much has been made in the press about the Mac OS X Leap.A virus and last week's discovery of a Safari metadata exploit, along with the poor Mac users who have been knocked from their perceived perch of safety.

At InfoWorld.

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