Rien de très très passionnant du côté politique ou de Némo, en revanche Steve parle des trous de sécurités qui ont visé Mac OS X depuis sa sortie. Petit extrait en anglais :
Mossberg: I know you don't like to brag about this because you don't want to have a red flag in front of the virus writers, but there has basically not been a successful virus in a while that replicates on OS X.
There hasn't been in practice. In theory, we got a pretty serious situation the last few weeks, for which we're actually putting out an update probably this afternoon. I've got some stats for you if you want them. I copied these down because I thought you might ask. In Mac OS X's history—four and a half years—we've had 43 security updates fixing security issues, but only 2% of them were critical. In Windows XP, which has been around for less time, they've had 77 security updates but 66% of them were critical in terms of the industry's nomenclature. So we've had very, very few critical issues.
Notre cher iPapy se défend donc du fait que, non, le Mac n'est pas plus sûr que le PC uniquement parce qu'il est moins populaire. Il est vrai que les failles critiques du système sont relativement rares sur Mac...