news of 2004-05-15

That Safari security issue...

Just a little update. It seems that the afterprocessing feature of Safari isn't even needed. So there's only one rule now: Don't click links you don't know are secure. This one is, of course. Or isn't it? You see, we can call this one bad now. Please, Apple: Fix this. We don't need that autorun feature, really. Clicking a link in Safari to erase your home folder just shouldn't happen.

[ written by fryke™ on 2004-05-15 at 19:35 CET ]
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A short review of Mac OS X 10.3.4 7H56

Very short indeed: Runs okay on a PB 15" G4/1.33. Application launching is much improved over builds of Mac OS X 10.3.3 and earlier.
While other sources expect 10.3.4 to be finished next week, we're guessing that Apple will still try and improve one or the other line of code before releasing it - so soon after 10.3.3, nonetheless.

[ written by fryke™ on 2004-05-15 at 17:43 CET ]
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