Rich Mogull, a Gartner analyst hits the nail in the head when he describes the fundamental difference between Windows and Mac OS X exploits:
"Often the motivation is some kind of publicity," he said in a eWeek story on an exploit for an OS X flaw. "Recognizing vulnerabilities in OS X does have some cachet these days."
The story doesn't provide any evidence to get overly excited about. Apple late May patched a flaw in its UPnP Internet Gateway Device Standardized Device Control. Within 24 hours researchers at Immunity had created a working exploit. An attacker could use the exploit to gain root access to a remote system.
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