There's some press going around about hacking a MacBook in under two minutes. That's not even close to what happened.

Yesterday, the computers' exposure to attack was expanded by allowing hackers to go after any client-side applications installed by default, including Web browsers. Contestants were also allowed to replicate the common tactic of duping a user into following a link in an e-mail or visiting a malicious Web site. In Miller's case, he had set up a malicious Web site; the URL to that site was typed into Safari's address bar.

So Safari 3.1 was hacked by hitting some audio/visual file.

Real Life calls. Might finish later.