From the always amusing As The Apple Turns comes a list of security flaws in the Mac OS:
Is it just us, or do these Mac OS X security advisories seem a little… well, tame compared to Microsoft’s? That said, which of the following Mac OS X security flaws should Apple fix first?
– Remote users can access the contents of any file you email them as an attachment
– People with physical access to your Mac can log into your account just because you wrote “MY PASSWORD IS ‘STUDLYDORIGHT'” in black Sharpie across the top of your display
– Every action you perform after logging in is visible in real-time to someone standing right behind you
– Anyone can obtain your admin password if you tell him what it is when he asks you
– If you leave your wallet on your keyboard when you go to lunch, someone might swipe it