Over the Fourth of July holiday weekend here in the U.S., reports broke out that Apple’s App Store had been hacked by a rogue developer who figured out how to cheat the system and artificially drive up sales of their e-books. Turns out, the whole thing may have been much ado about very little.
Charlie Miller, winner of this year's Pwn2Own hacking contest and noted
OS X security expert, took time out at the CanSecWest conference to talk
to Mac|Life about hacking Macs, insecure IPads and why OS X
users don't have to worry about anti-virus software...yet.