In the beginning was the Month of the Browser Bugs (http://browserfun.blogspot.com/). In November was the Month of the Kernel Bugs (http://kernelfun.blogspot.com/) and now it's time for the Month of the Apple Bugs.
Two security researchers have promised to release information on security bugs in Apple's software on a daily basis, for a month. They have discovered 31 vulnerabilities in Apple's Mac OS X and other Apple software, and they plan to release the information in a few weeks time.
After the failed Week of Oracle Database Bugs (http://www.argeniss.com/woodb.html), for unknown reasons, (perhaps suspended by Oracle pressures, but who knows), we hope this "Month of the Apple Bugs" make Apple's software more secure.
We want to thank Ismael Briones for providing this information.