BFD - first you have to install an app to do anything, so any app you install could put a trojan on your system. In order to do anything the "user" must authenticate with admin privs.<br><br>this is just a bash script kiddie type of thing. i could also get you to authenticate and then issues an rm -r / and you'd be hosed. same principal and not a security threat<br><br>I would rather die free than live in fear, and without liberty.
Did you notice this on the front page?<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Paul Ducklin, Sophos' head of technology in the Asia-Pacific region, said that the virus, which Sophos calls Renepo, is designed to infect any Mac OS X drives connected to an infected system and that it leaves affected computers vulnerable to further hacker attack. Ducklin said Opener <p><hr></blockquote><p>Which is it? Opener or Renepo (which is opener backwards )?<br><br>
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