Seven unpatched OS X vulnerabilities exposed

Monday, 24 April 2006, 10:24 AM EST

Security researcher Tom Ferris has published details about seven security vulnerabilities in Apple's OS X operating system, including proof of concept code.

The most severe flaw affects the Safari browser, which could be targeted by attackers to execute code on a system or cause the browser to crash.

At vnunet.

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