Mac OS X

Review of free Sophos Anti-Virus for Mac Home Edition

Is it time to install malware protection on your Mac? Check out this extensive review of Sophos’s free Mac anti-virus product, Sophos Anti-Virus for Mac Home Edition.

New variant of cross-platform Boonana malware discovered

Mac user? Windows user? It doesn’t really matter when it comes to cross-platform malware. A new version of the Boonana Trojan horse has been discovered.

Yes, you need anti-virus on your Mac.. and now it’s free

Free Mac anti-virus from Sophos for home users – download it now. How much do you love your Apple Mac?

VIDEO: Cross-platform malware runs on Windows, Mac and Linux

Watch a video of the Boonana malware as it infects on Windows, Mac and Ubuntu Linux via a malicious Java applet.

Cross-platform Boonana Trojan targets Facebook users

The Boonana malware targets Mac OS X, Linux and Windows, and is being spread via Facebook. Don’t think you’re immune from attacks just because you don’t run Windows..

Apple secretly updates Mac malware protection

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Critical patches emerge for Mac OS X security holes

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Apple rolls out Java security updates

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Extremely critical Mac OS X patch plugs 58 security holes

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Mac shoot-em-up zaps your files – but is it game over for common sense?

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Shouldn’t protecting iPhone users from phishers be easier than this?

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Snow Leopard malware protection in action

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Will Mac OS X Snow Leopard include anti-virus protection?

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Another day, another security update from Apple

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Six security holes fixed in Safari 4.0.3

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More reports of Apple Mac Trojan horse seen in the wild

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