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Apple Brags OS X Snow Leopard is More Secure, Security Firms Say Otherwise

Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by TheMailMan78, Sep 7, 2009.

  1. TheMailMan78

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    LOL at Apple users. Not really but this is an interesting read and not much of a surprise to those in the know.

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    Heh...
     
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    Sounds like bitter anti-virus companies trying to get in the MAC market and Apple rejected them so they in turn say MAC isn't safe from attacks.

    I think the majority if virus being released are from software manufactures, movie and music industries and companies selling those anti-virus software. All in the name of profit.

    I mean where those these virus manufactures get all their information from? How do they know when a new "virus or Trojans" are being released? The anti-virus softwares we also use on our PC are only as good as the updated signatures also.
     

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