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New and Noteworthy: Mac OS X 10.4.5 apparently hacked to run on generic Intel hardware

New and Noteworthy: Mac OS X 10.4.5 apparently hacked to run on generic Intel hardware

Mac OS X 10.4.5 apparently hacked to run on generic Intel hardware According to a report on OSx86Project.org, patches that allow Mac OS X 10.4.5 to run on generic Intel and AMD hardware are now spreading across the web only nine days after the official 10.4.5 release. "It seems that Apple included no significant security changes in this update, which was released on the same day that Maxxuss introduced his hacks for 10.4.4. [...]It seems Maxxuss is planning to offer a fully cracked, easy to install DVD release, similar to what we saw with the 10.4.3 leaks. While the complex install procedure will probably deter potential users for the time being, thoughts of an DVD installation must have Apple quaking in its boots? and probably working on some new security measures for 10.4.6." More.

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