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Hmm, "Back To My Mac". Let's see what this... OH, MY GOD, THAT'S DISGUSTING!

Leopard security flaw in Back To My Mac.

Internet Security for Your Macintosh reports (tip o' the antlers to MacJournals News) that Leopard's Back To My Mac feature bypasses local login and will allow full access to a machine it's enabled on solely via the .Mac login and password entered into the .Mac preferences pane.

So, if you lent your mother your .Mac password so she could post her kitty pictures to your Gallery...

...she can see you're looking at porn, dude.