Despite Vulnerabilities, Apple's Mac OS X Weathers The Security Storm
While an increasing number of bugs have been found in Apple's Mac OS X operating system, security researchers say it isn't a high security risk and it's still more secure than Windows XP. Is it more secure than Windows Vista? The jury is still out on that one.
"Vulnerabilities just don't equal attacks," said Craig Schmugar, a threat researcher at McAfee, in an interview. "Some people are saying the Mac is less secure than Windows because there have been more vulnerabilities in it than in Windows, but there are far fewer attacks reported on Mac OS X than Windows." Despite Vulnerabilities, Apple's Mac OS X Weathers The Security Storm - Technology News by InformationWeek
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