Security Expert to Disclose 20 Holes in Mac OS X
Charlie Miller will not reveal details of the vulnerabilities, but will show how he found them.
By Kara Reeder | Posted Mar 22, 2010
According to The H Security, security expert Charlie Miller plans to disclose 20 zero-day security holes in Apple's Mac OS X at the Canadian CanSecWest security conference. He will not reveal details of the vulnerabilities, but will show how he found them.
Last year, Miller was the first winner on day one of the annual Pwn2Own competition by hacking the Safari browser in less than two minutes.