Attackers learn to 'Think Different'

Thursday, 21 April 2005, 12:05 PM EST

Another way attackers could get into Macs is through newly discovered vulnerabilities in Mozilla browsers, which are very popular with Macintosh users. During the last half of 2004, researchers discovered 21 vulnerabilities in Mozilla, contrasted with 13 in Microsoft's Internet Explorer, the Symantec study said.

By Gene J. Koprowski at Mac News World.

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