The nerve...<br><br>http://wired.com/news/mac/0,2125,67484,00.html<br><br>"A security hole in Dashboard could expose users of Apple Computer's new Tiger operating system to attack, and may put personal information like passwords and credit card data at risk. A new feature of Mac OS X Tiger, Dashboard is a suite of simple programs called widgets that often access information on the internet. Tiger comes preloaded with 14 widgets, including a world clock, a dictionary and a weather station."<br><br>meanwhile:<br>Gates Bets Against IPods (jealously make's em' enemy)<br>Business: In Brief » Bill says the product's days are numbered, making way for MP3 mobile phones. What if Bill just want's another pie in da face!<br><br>>: P<br><br>
If you prefer, you can retain the open safe files functionality and still prevent Safari from installing Widgets in ~/Library/Widgets<br><br>Simply lock the ~/Library/Widgets folder. (Get Info and lock).<br><br>The widgets you have installed will still run but any future widgets you download will be sent to your chosen Safari downloads folder and not automatically run.<br><br><br><br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by johnq on 05/16/05 03:05 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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