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Mac Users Told To Hold Their Breath For PowerPoint Security Fix

Is Microsoft treating users of the Mac version of its PowerPoint software as second-class citizens? That’s the question some are asking following the release of a criticial security update for the popular presentation software. The problem? The patch was only for the Windows version.

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Patchtastic! Updates for PowerPoint, PDFs and Mac OS X

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BitTorrent on iPhone? Apple says “no thanks”

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Tored – a lame email worm for Mac OS X

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Apple Mac malware: caught on camera

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Bumper security update for Apple users

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Google Chrome pretends to be Safari to outfox Hotmail

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Reports of Mac Trojan in pirated Adobe Photoshop CS4

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Reports of new Mac Trojan horse in pirated version of iWork ’09

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Serious security vulnerability in Safari web browser reported

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Opinions on Apple Mac security

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Startups exposed after $100 million iPhone fund data leak

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Mac anti-virus support advice disappears off Apple website

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Apples, viruses and internet snowballs

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Do you really need anti-virus on your Apple Mac?

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More Mac OS X malware discovered

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