Apple Mac Hacked in Two Minutes at CanSecWest



It took only 2 minutes for Charlie Miller to win 10,000 dollars. He was the first to hack one of the laptops at CanSecWest in Vancouver.

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Mourad ELGORMA

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23 réflexions sur “Apple Mac Hacked in Two Minutes at CanSecWest

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    But a Mac is built on Unix technology that is about 60 years old, clearly there are some positive aspects to using Unix for the base OS. Anything can be hacked of course. Especially if you take into consideration 3rd party apps like Java. Safari has tons of holes too, but so does Internet Explorer. Nothing is hack proof under the right circumstances. It just comes down to personal preference in the end. I like Scripting, so for me, I prefer Mac for ruby, perl, apple script, bash, python.

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    Um, well what if you want to run Protools or Avid or Final Cut pro? You're telling me a vanilla Linux install is a better Desktop OS than a Vanilla Lion Install for a home user? I strongly disagree. Linux is good if you are a strong technically, and willing to do research.

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    Linux will never take off? Do you know that more than half of the internet is powered by Apache Web Servers? Duh.

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    I think the only limitation is that the open source community is not equipped to spend millions of dollars whoring itself out to the general public via advertisements and kissing vendor's asses. It is only limited by vendor support and market share. The community could write code just as well as any vendor who codes for the Mac/Win market. What can you do on Mac/PC that you can't do on Linux besides installing some proprietary 3rd party software that may have not been ported over for Linux?

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    Probably
    Unless,The Virus Deactivate The Protection
    Now People Think Mac's Are Good,
    Rich People Want Show Off

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    It's an exploit. It doesn't really matter. Also, given the nature of this news report, I don't think they care to differentiate any technical therm.

    As he described he made a backdoor for himself. And just like he said he could probably do anything.

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    Well UNIX is great because it doesn't just give away admin rights left and right. And that's about it.

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    Why define it? Macs DO get viruses, they're not some magical OS that's immune to malicious software, no-one bothers writing viruses for macs because few people use them.

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    For those rambling back and forth the reason windows has so much more viruses is due to the sheer amount of users why would someone waste there time altering code for mac when they can go for the low hanging fruit called windows. of course you could pop a linux box or mac too but the sheer fact that there are not enough of them to exploit them on a wide range so many don't try.

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    Lots of people want to but don't have the budget to afford a Mac. That's why they went to PC. Not hating on any OS here. I use Mac OS X and Windows.

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    septembre 17, 2020 à 10:20
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    The hilarious part is, ever since they finally overcame their low population of "5%", a norton a/v was released for the OSX.

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