Phil Rhodes of RedShark News details a potential security problem that comes with Thunderbolt-equipped computers.
He writes, "With the recent announcement of the new Mac Pro, which lacks conventional PCI Express expansion slots, there has been more interest than ever in Thunderbolt, the current darling of the computer world – or at least the Apple Mac world. It’s not at all surprising that Thunderbolt is such a hot topic, given that it can carry over a gigabyte of data per second - which is something we’ve not seen before. There is, however, at least one small potential security problem which Thunderbolt-equipped computer users should be aware. I'm not aware of anything having exploited the issue yet, but that's probably the best time to become aware of a trap."
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