Apple, security, marketing etc.

Monday, 27 May 2002, 7:24 PM EST

A survey of Mac users found that more than three quarters of them think their platform is more secure than a PC.

But this is not true, according to Symantec sales and marketing director Kevin Chapman. He said: "The Mac is no more secure than the PC. They seem to feel safer, because Macs get less viruses. This doesn't mean they can't be hacked."

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