Apple

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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Mac malware – mea culpa

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A new Trojan horse for Mac OS X?

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Safari not-so-goody

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Hackers distribute Trojan as iPhone game

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Apple releases Mac OS X 10.5.5, patching security flaws

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Mac OS X RSPlug Trojan horse: in pictures

The OSX/RSPlug-A Trojan horse changes DNS server entries on Apple Macintosh computers to direct surfers unwittingly to other websites. This could be for the purposes of phishing, identity theft or simply to drive traffic to alternative websites.


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