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Why you don’t want to surf for porn even on your mac

by justin on April 21, 2008 · 0 comments

At a recent hacker conference, they were able to break into a MacBook Air when it went to a particular website (using Safari) that the hackers had prepped for mischeif.
The lesson: sketchy websites could mean sketchy results, even on a Mac. Sure, there will be a software update by Apple to fix this particular problem (and hopefully soon) but if you’re searching the web on a public wi-fi… don’t go to sketchy websites because they could do damage to you and/or your data.
MacBook Air first to fall in hacking competition | The Apple Core | ZDNet.com

http://blogs.zdnet.com/Apple/?p=1479


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thanks,
justin

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