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OS X Networks Vulnerability Discussed

Black Hat researchers claims OS X networks are significantly more vulnerable.

 By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Aug 10, 2011
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Security researchers at Black Hat claim OS X networks are significantly more vulnerable than Windows. In fact, reports ZD Net, OS X networks are significantly more vulnerable to network privilege escalation, and almost every OSX server service offers weak or broken authentication mechanisms.


"Things are looking up for Mac OS X though, as 10.7 ‘Lion’ adds application sandboxing to keep malware contained. Whether this will be enough to make Lion more secure than its predecessors remains to be seen.”

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