There is an interesting article at the website 'The Mac Sucks!' entitled 'Charlie Miller Talks Mac Security.' The guy who took control of a Mac computer in about 10 seconds discusses Mac OS X security, or perhaps I should say lack of security based on what the guy said in the article. In the comments about the article (when you go to that website) a guy quoted a British security firm that did a study and found out that Linux servers are attacked online more than any other kind of server. That was a surprise for me. I attended some training recently and in one of the classes the woman who is the head of out IT department gave a class on internet security. This woman is flat out brillant-she developed herself some of the software we use. Complex software every bit as good as from any software company. She said that certain entire nations are now blocked from assessing out network at work. It is almost a cottage industry in certain countries to develop Trojan Horse programs, exploits, identify theft, phishing, etc. I did not read the article or buy the magazine but in either the Popular Science Magazine or the Popular Mechanics Magazine there is an article that major cyper attacks will probably be coming soon from a certain country in Asia.