Is your Mac really more secure?

Wednesday, 23 March 2005, 10:21 AM EST

Apple Macintosh users are quick to point out the dearth of malware, viruses, and security problems in the OS X world. Compared to the Windows/Intel Win32 platform, Mac OS X looks like an attractive alternative, at least when malware is the deciding factor. Win32 machines have suffered from any number of spectacularly successful malcode attacks over the years, and the problem shows no signs of abating.

By Gary McGraw at Network Computing.

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