Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Aug 2009 21:56 UTC
Mac OS X With Apple's Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard operating system arriving on people's doorsteps over the coming weekend, you'd think that all the new features are known by now, and there will be no more major surprises. Well, that's not entirely true: on Intego's Mac Security Blog, it is reported that Snow Leopard comes with anti-virus/malware functionality built-in. Update: Snow Leopard testers on MacRumors confirmed the functionality. How, exactly, it works, is not yet known, however.
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RE: Will the EU allow this?
by agnosticnixie on Wed 26th Aug 2009 06:14 UTC in reply to "Will the EU allow this?"
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McAfee and Symantec's marketing on the Mac platform hurts them already - NAV and McAfee have the well-deserved reputation to be even more shit on MacOS, of dying on OS updates, of hogging up the machine, of being late on library updates, and they sell the "hundreds of viruses" fear by making people thing MacOS classic viruses can still affect OSX, which is an entirely different system.

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