no OSX security flaw. never.

Among the many comments from Mac users who’d rather dig their head in the sand than recognise their favorite OS does indeed have a security vulnerability, related to pseudo protocols in Safari (like disk: and help:), this one wins the cake: Mac OS X security flaw is a hoax, according to Apple’s tech support in India. (via Jay Allen’s reply to it)

Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaaf concurs: There are no security flaws in the Mac operating system. Never.

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