Mac OS X Gets Wrong Kind of Attention

Scott Bradner, with a completely reasonable essay on the state of Mac OS X security in Network World:

Recently there has been a growth industry in pundits whining about the security of the Apple Mac OS X operating system. To read some of the coverage, you would think someone deciding to use OS X instead of Windows would have to be dumber than a fence post. Methinks the security worries are rather misplaced and may be the result of hyperventilating, nontechnical reporters and some gloating on the part of Windows users.

Wednesday, 3 May 2006