Rumors are flying that Dino Dai Zovi's MacBook Pro exploit has been swiped and is making the rounds online.
An anonymous blogger claims he/she was able to monitor the network at CanSecWest security conference and snag a full packet capture of the contest, which pitted hackers against two new MacBook Pro machines. Matasano Security's Thomas Ptacek is quoting "multiple credible sources" as saying that the two CanSecWest MacBooks were exposed to an unprotected wireless network, and that raw packet captures of the successful exploit where sniffed and taken by unknown parties.
For people unlucky enough to be employed as brand management strategists, Apple Computer is frequently cited as a textbook case. In particular, its success with the iPod is often seen as a classic example of how brand loyalty, combined with continued design innovation, can help retain market leadership.
Reports are circulating on several Apple forums that Apple has included far too many hidden features on its Apple TV wireless media device - which sells for around 200 UK notes - for it to be an oversight.
As previously reported, the Apple TV connects to a host PC using a wireless connection and allows iTunes videos and music to be played on a regular TV.
Also as previously reported, some enterprising hackers have increased the storage on the machines, added a keyboard and unpicked the version of the Mac?s operating system to produce an Apple Mac for peanuts.
So you may have to wait a few extra months to get your very own copy of Leopard, but don't fear, we're here to show you some sneak peek screenshots and make you feel even worse. Don't worry, there's not much in these photos for you to be fawning over anyways.
Apple on Sunday introduced Final Cut Studio 2, its high-end video-editing software, and unveiled Final Cut Server, designed to help broadcasters manage post production.
Apple received applause when demonstrating the upgrades to Final Cut Pro. The software now allows for the editing of different video formats at the same time, the removal of unwanted camera movements, and speeds up the process for dialogue replacement.