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  • Apple fixes critical QuickTime flaw

    The QuickTime flaw was disclosed earlier this month at the start of The Month of Apple Bugs Project. 

  • 'Month-of' flaw projects come under fire

    This week in Security Blog Log: The Month of Apple Bugs has some wondering if the real motive for such disclosure projects is better security or better press coverage. 

  • Critical Apple flaw discovered in Mac OS X

    Attackers can exploit the flaw remotely to compromise a user's system via the Safari Web browser. 

  • Information security market 2006 year in review

    In part two of our two-part special edition of Security Wire Weekly, site editor Eric Parizo reveals his picks for top information security interviews of 2006. Audio clips in this program include Andrew Braunberg of Current Analysis; Johannes Ullrich... 

  • Apple QuickTime flaw could enable botnets

    Attackers could exploit a new Apple QuickTime flaw to grow their botnets by tricking users into visiting malicious Web sites, and then hijacking their machines. 

  • Apple fixes 22 Mac OS X flaws

    The patches include a fix for a Wi-Fi flaw reported earlier this month as part of the Month of Kernel Bugs. A number of other flaws remain unfixed, however. 

  • Adware targets Mac OS X

    As F-Secure notes what may be the first example of adware designed for Macs, researcher LMH reports more flaws in the operating system as part of the Month of Kernel Bugs. 

  • New Mac OS X flaw exposed

    A Mac OS X flaw was exposed as part of the Month of Kernel Bugs. Also, a new Web site vows to follow the lead of researchers LMH and H.D. Moore with a week of Oracle zero-days. 

  • Exploit code released for Apple Wi-Fi flaw

    Details on how to attack a flaw in Apple's wireless software were released as part of a new project called the "Month of Kernel Bugs." 

  • Apple fixes Mac Wi-Fi flaws

    Updated: Attackers could exploit flaws in Apple's wireless technology to cause a denial of service or run malicious code, resulting in the full takeover of vulnerable Mac machines.