Apple security not yet cause for alarm

Tuesday, 26 September 2006, 3:25 PM EST

There's a persistent perception that because Apple is moving to the Intel platform and now allows Macs to boot to Microsoft's Windows, the potential for more security mischief rooted in Windows could raise a ruckus on the Mac. However, when you install Windows on a Mac via Boot Camp, all the viruses and Trojans you'd rather not encounter on Windows attack only Windows.

At MacNewsWorld.

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