More on how it was donehttp://blogs.zdnet.com/security/?p=2941
Itâ€™s really simple. Safari on the Mac is easier to exploit. The things that Windows do to make it harder (for an exploit to work), Macs donâ€™t do. Hacking into Macs is so much easier. You donâ€™t have to jump through hoops and deal with all the anti-exploit mitigations youâ€™d find in Windows.
Itâ€™s more about the operating system than the (target) program. Firefox on Mac is pretty easy too. The underlying OS doesnâ€™t have anti-exploit stuff built into it.This is sad folks 8(