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post #11 of 33
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Originally Posted by RagingCain View Post
Le Source: http://www.computerworld.com/s/artic..._cleaning_tool

Was that so hard?

Don't like Apple, but this is a good move.

Edit:
Perhaps I should have placed this... in Software?
Is anyone else fed up with this yet? Not the Malware but just this song and dance by Apple about everything. It seems this same trend follows everyone of their products. Iphone tracks you. Apple says it doesn't. Users show proof. Apple says it's a bug and now they've fixed it so it only records your tracking data for 7 days.......but it's a bug......and all of this was over the course of like what...2 weeks to a month for Apple to somewhat admit it.

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Why would I be? This is clearly Apple's way of showing that Mac OS X is superior to Windows. They make up a problem and then tell to the press that they acknowledge it and that they are fixing it to ridicule Windows and all of its malware.
Technically speaking...Windows is pretty close to perfect. Users get Malware. I have never gotten one instance of Malware on my Windows 7 build but then again, I know what to and what not to download and what sites to visit and what sites not to visit. Mostly it's just common sense though.

One other thing though...does Microsoft SE protect from Malware...I've never used it personally so I dunno.

Edit: I think it does...also...found this:

http://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/
Edited by KamuiRSX - 5/24/11 at 9:18pm
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Is anyone else fed up with this yet?
Of the malware getting headline news? Or Apple actually fixing/acknowledging it?

Patch on Tuesday, FYI, so update you Macians.
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post #13 of 33
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Originally Posted by RagingCain View Post
Of the malware getting headline news? Or Apple actually fixing/acknowledging it?

Patch on Tuesday, FYI, so update you Macians.
Sorry...I normally type a small part and then edit and fill in the rest
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Sorry...I normally type a small part and then edit and fill in the rest
I was like... awww... I was trying to be helpful I see what you filled in
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That is quite possibly the dumbest thing I've read on this forum.

Anti-Apple Fanatics are now conspiracy theorists... Next we'll hear "Apple caused 9/11!!!!"
    
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post #16 of 33
Lol
look now mac is getting malware har har har
nope not even mac can be malware free!!!
Pc ftw b*tchezzz
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Technically speaking...Windows is pretty close to perfect.


There are many more inherent vulnerabilities in windows than many other operating systems. It does all come down to the end user, but windows just makes it easier. (I am not a Mac, linux or windows fanboi, but I know about their ins and outs)
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There are many more inherent vulnerabilities in windows than many other operating systems. It does all come down to the end user, but windows just makes it easier. (I am not a Mac, linux or windows fanboi, but I know about their ins and outs)
True but the majority of these vulnerabilities have to be exploited. If you just use common sense when browsing the web (the likelihood of it being exploited while you're offline and totally disconnected from any form of network is pretty slim to nil), you can pretty much be sure that nothing bad will happen.

I can really only use myself as an example. I know what sites to go to for info and I look at URL's before clicking on anything. I don't run an antivirus at all. Granted I do format and reinstall every 3-4 months but that's because I like to have a clean install and it forces me to keep down on clutter on my HDD.

My mom, as an example of an average user, gets viruses out the ass. The reason is because she doesn't even bother reading before clicking on a link. Hell half the time she just clicks for the sake of clicking. Education would be better for her than any form of anti virus or anti malware. Am I going to do it....not on your life
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True but the majority of these vulnerabilities have to be exploited. If you just use common sense when browsing the web (the likelihood of it being exploited while you're offline and totally disconnected from any form of network is pretty slim to nil), you can pretty much be sure that nothing bad will happen.

I can really only use myself as an example. I know what sites to go to for info and I look at URL's before clicking on anything. I don't run an antivirus at all. Granted I do format and reinstall every 3-4 months but that's because I like to have a clean install and it forces me to keep down on clutter on my HDD.

My mom, as an example of an average user, gets viruses out the ass. The reason is because she doesn't even bother reading before clicking on a link. Hell half the time she just clicks for the sake of clicking. Education would be better for her than any form of anti virus or anti malware. Am I going to do it....not on your life
Very well put... I hardly ever use antivirus software myself. And for the record I would hesitate to call any OS almost perfect. I also can't say my mom hasn't gotten her fair share of viruses. (No jokes! I know it is a setup).
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Apple says it's a bug and now they've fixed it so it only records your tracking data for 7 days.......but it's a bug
Technically speaking... if it was not meant to do that intentionally... then it is a bug.
     
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