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What's George Ou smoking? 2007-02-15
Michael Dalling (mtdalling gmail com)
"... Vista UAC is no different from Mac or Linux privilege escalation ..."

<http://blogs.zdnet.com/Ou/?p=425>

Actually, installers running with elevated privileges was _not_ Joanna
Rutskowska's main point, but most OS X application bundles don't even use
installers; they install by drag-and-drop

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Month of Apple Bugs Overview by Symantec 2007-02-13
Juha-Matti Laurio (juha-matti laurio netti fi) (1 replies)
Symantec has released a blog entry "Month of Apple Bugs Overview", its summary type entry is located at
http://www.symantec.com/enterprise/security_response/weblog/2007/02/mont
h_of_apple_bugs_overview.html

The entry includes "a small diagram illustrating how many issues affected Apple applications

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Re: Month of Apple Bugs Overview by Symantec 2007-02-13
Lyndon Nerenberg (lyndon orthanc ca) (2 replies)
Re: Month of Apple Bugs Overview by Symantec 2007-02-14
Mark Senior (senatorfrog gmail com)
Re: Month of Apple Bugs Overview by Symantec 2007-02-14
Aaron Adams (aadams securityfocus com)
Apple document abou Microsoft Windows compatibility 2007-02-11
Juha-Matti Laurio (juha-matti laurio netti fi)
Apple has released an official document Apple Software versions and Microsoft Windows compatibility.
The table included to the document was last updated last week, on 2nd February.
iTunes being discussed widely is not the only software when checking the Vista compatibility.

Link to the document is:

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Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-04
David Maynor (dmaynor gmail com)
I would doubt that considering the presentation was getting press a month
before it was given and nobody knew the demo was to be done on a Mac. We
were most often told by observers they were sure that the demo would be done
against an intel or boradcom chipset on a PC. Most people I meet know barely

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Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-03
Pat Plummer, MD (blacksun ix gotdns org) (1 replies)
> Please understand that I'm not referring to the average Mac user
> that just wants a safe, reliable computing experience. I'm taking
> exception with zealots who place those users at risk by giving them
> a false sense of security. OS X is pretty safe today for the
> average user, but the

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Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-03
David Maynor (dmaynor gmail com) (2 replies)
Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-03
Dave Schroeder (das doit wisc edu) (2 replies)
Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-04
Howard Oakley (h oakley btconnect com)
Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-03
David Maynor (dmaynor gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-03
Dave Schroeder (das doit wisc edu)
Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-03
Pat Plummer, MD (blacksun ix gotdns org)
Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-02
Sûnnet Beskerming (info beskerming com)
(Combined reply to a couple of posts)

I agree that the claim appears to be related to the current MoAB
project (now completed), but it suggests that Bill hasn't actually
looked at what the MoAB actually produced (versus what they claimed
to want to do). The claim of relative userbase being a

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Re: several news stories on Macs being zombies 2007-02-02
Jeremy Reichman (jjracc rit edu) (1 replies)
On 1/22/07 7:59 AM, "Todd Higgins" <higginsta (at) mac (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:

> Doesn't service level ACL's provide this? Server Admin -> select
> server name -> Settings -> Access. The groups are there, you just
> need to enable the services and add the users.

I'm referring to the client, not Mac OS X Server.

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Re: several news stories on Macs being zombies 2007-02-02
Ian Ward Comfort (icomfort rescomp stanford edu)
Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-02
Thor (Hammer of God) (thor hammerofgod com) (1 replies)
Regardless, it was a stupid thing to say. If Mr. Gates wants to come off as
an arrogant ass, then let him. But this type of statement is all that
groups will need to justify 0day publication of vulnerabilities now. MS
will call it "irresponsible disclosure" and blame the OP's for anything bad
tha

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Re: Bill Gates on Mac OS X security 2007-02-02
David Maynor (dmaynor gmail com)
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