Mac OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard is an upgrade to the previous version of OS X Leopard. This update does not have stacks of new features, rather overall improvements and efficiency upgrades.
.: MacBook with Snow Leopard 10.6.8 Target: Mac iBook PowerPC G4 with Mac OS X10.3.5 Panther and after MacBook and iMac Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.1. All Mac OS X were connected on intranet lan of an italian ISP. The attacker MacBook is in listening and expected the reverse shell from the target Mac iBook PowerPC G4 that receive a package and when user click on file.pkg and insert the user password, the attacker receive a reverse shell of target. For more details read Features and User Reviews.
Mac OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard is an upgrade to the previous version of OS X Leopard. This update does not have stacks of new features, rather overall improvements and efficiency upgrades. This version of Apple's OS also has a reduced footprint. Key features include: • Slimmer QuickTime Player: QuickTime X features a simplified GUI with a greater focus on codec support.
• Cocoa Based Finder: Finder has a new Cocoa Desktop Window and Contextual Menu. • Safari Beta 4 Default Browser: Apple included a beta version of Safari 4 with Snow Leopard. • Microsoft Exchange Server Support: Mac users can now connect to Microsoft Exchange 2007 servers via Mail, Address Book, and iCal. • Faster Installation Time: Installing Snow Leopard on multiple machines takes approx 15 minutes in comparison to around an hour for Leopard.
If your Mac is operating at a slow pace, then for that reason alone it is worth the upgrade to OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. As far as developers are concerned, the integration of Grand Central, OpenCL and a 64 bit kernel will allow you to take full advantage of the dual processing power of Intel Macs.