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Friday, April 9, 2010

Charlie Miller to reveal 20 zero day security holes in Mac OS X

“It’s been too long” said legendary computer hacker Charlie Miller as he sat down to talk with engadget.com Darren Murph. Apparently he’s back to his old ways of hacking OS X mainframe for flaws like, how to steal you credit card info emails, and other personal important documents on your Mac. The Famous former Apple security expert has already hacked the Macbook Air in under two minutes at the PWD event at CanSecWest. He reveal more than 20 fatal security holes within OS X , and said “OS X has a large attack surface consisting of open source components, closed source third-party components and closed source Apple components; bugs in any of these types of components can lead to remote compromise." He also reemphasize what he has been saying for years about Mac and Pc’s, “Mac OS X is like living in a farmhouse in the country with no locks, and Windows is living in a house with bars on the windows in the bad part of town." This mean’s that Apple user are safer for the time being, but less secure.


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