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Sans reports:

We received notice from Juergen Schmidt, editor-in-chief at heise.de, that a serious vulnerability has been found in Apple Safari on OS X.  “In its default configuration shell commands are execute[d] simply by visting a web site – no user interaction required.”  This could be really bad.  Attackers can run shell scripts on your computer remotely just by visiting a malicious website.

Link here.

Alex Eckelberry
(Thanks Eric)


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