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Quote of the day

You've probably missed it, but there's a minor pissing contest going on in the Mac community over whether you can hack a MacBook via it's wireless driver or not. It was started by this (poorly-written) piece in the Washington Post, then Daring Fireball called their bluff, and now one of the (alleged) hackers involved has his panties in a bunch.

From the comments on Slashdot article about this tempest in a teapot:

"Is the exploit real? Who knows, I've seen video of someone cracking a Mac through a wireless driver. Then again I've also seen video of a virus written on a Mac taking down a fleet of invading alien spaceships..."


“Quote of the day”