blackmonday writes "Kieren McCarthy of Techworld argues that Mac OS X is rife with security holes, and that Apple is doing a 'half-hearted' job of patching their operating system security holes, and has a 'strange habit of pretending a big problem is of no significance.' As a Mac user I find this an intriguing article in light of the Sasser Worm and its recent variants." Despite the article's assertions, no evidence of widespread security problems, or lack of effort to solve them, is offered. The only real question is Apple's lack of communication with the public in the nature of the problems.
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