The first Mac OS X Trojan horse was spotted last week – or was it? Adam looks at Intego’s announcement of the MP3Concept Trojan, and how it affects the Mac going forward. Also in this issue, Andrew Laurence reviews the Slim Devices Squeezebox streaming audio player, and we note the releases of Eudora 6.1, DragThing 5.1, and NoteBook 1.2 v180. Lastly, we’re taking a short break, so look for your next issue of TidBITS on 26-Apr-04!
No TidBITS 19-Apr-04 -- We're taking the next issue of TidBITS off for a little hard-earned rest and recuperation in Hawaii at my sister Jennifer's wedding
Matias Sponsoring TidBITS -- We're pleased to announce our latest long-term sponsor, Matias Corporation, makers of the Tactile Pro Keyboard, and the Laptop Armor and iPod Armor hardshell cases
Eudora 6.1 Adds Google Searching -- Qualcomm has released Eudora 6.1, the latest version of their venerable email client. New in Eudora 6.1 is a toolbar-based Search Bar that enables you to search either within Eudora or in Google via your Web browser; you can also Control- or right-click a word and choose it from the contextual menu that appears to search for it in Google
Version 5.1: A DragThing of Beauty -- TLA Systems's DragThing, a launcher and Dock replacement that we've been covering since its inception, has been upgraded to version 5.1
NoteBook 1.2 v180 Beefs up HTML Export -- Circus Ponies Software has released NoteBook 1.2 v180, a minor upgrade to their elegant snippet keeper and information manager, which I've found handy for maintaining to do lists and taking notes on complex procedures
By now, assuming you pay any attention to the Macintosh media in between your weekly doses of TidBITS, you've undoubtedly heard of the hubbub brewing around the announcement last Thursday of the first Trojan horse to target Mac OS X
(When last we left our intrepid music junkie, he was annoyed that the Slim Devices SLIMP3 streamed MP3 music, rather than being a disk-based storage and playback device like his beloved TiVo
As before, the second URL below each thread description points to the discussion on our Web Crossing server, which will be much faster, though it doesn't yet use our preferred design.
Intego Trojan Warning -- Readers discuss Intego's press release about the MP3Concept Trojan horse