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Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/07-Apr-08

Apple Becomes First Victim in Hacking Contest — A MacBook Air was the first hacked computer at the Pwn2Own contest, but was it because Mac OS X was more vulnerable, or because the Air was a more attractive prize? (8 messages)

Security Update 2008-002 spells end to Zend Optimizer — The latest security update causes problems with PHP applications that use Zend Optimizer. (1 message)

An overabundance of drives — What’s the best way to allocate data across four drives to ensure data integrity? (4 messages)

Anyone tried the Online Passport application system? A reader encounters difficulty renewing a passport online using Safari. (3 messages)

Mac friendly Uninterruptible Power Supply — A reader solicits opinions on which UPS to buy that can be managed from a Mac, following the fiery demise of his previous unit. (11 messages)

Literature on Internet — After getting online via a 56K modem, a reader is finally making the jump to broadband Internet access, but is looking for more information on hardware required and other issues. (2 messages)

Instant Messaging for Introverts — Readers respond to Joe Kissell’s article about his aversion to instant messaging (and the reasons behind it). (8 messages)

SoSueMi — Apple is opposing an apple-shaped trademark used by New York City’s travel and tourism agency due to potential confusion with the computer maker’s iconic logo. (6 messages)

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