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« on: Feb 26, 2013 09:49 AM »

Apple Acknowledges the security holes in Mac. Kaspersky goes big with their Mac Antivirus.

Due to a lack of malicious activity targeting Mac OS X it has been considered a relatively safe operating system for some time now. But times change, and that complacency can no longer be justified.

In 2011, Kaspersky Lab recorded a rapid growth in the number of malicious programs for Mac OS X and in early 2012 more than 700,000 owners of Apple computers realized that the absence of reliable protection could lead to serious problems.
More: http://blog.kaspersky.com/kaspersky-mac-protection/

Researchers are reporting a spike in hack attacks targeting Mac OS X systems for the purpose of surreptitiously monitoring users' e-mail and chat contacts and maintaining persistent control over their computers.
More: http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/02/malware-attacks-spike-against-apple-os-x-users-in-china-enclave/

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