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Security experts at... Trend Micro... HAHAHA.
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Keep in mind they also list Google as the most Dangerous Website.
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Okay, a little sloppy of apple but there really are no viruses you can get on mac from the usual sources (pr0n, etc etc)

Another bad Tom's Hardware article. They used to be good, now they are just spewing crap
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I don't understand why Apple has to dumb down everything for their customers. It seems like everyone's doing it nowadays.
Cause ole Bill stole all his good ideas huh!
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Where are the Apple fan boys?
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Reading Tom's reduces IQ and increases risk of brain cancer.

...

Yeah, whatever...
To be fair, saying Google is the most dangerous Web site because it can point you to infected Web sites is like saying you're a murderer if your son grows up to be a serial killer.
    
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Even if you get patches every half year, it doesn't stop it from being far more secure than Windows just simply because of the way the kernel works.

I swear, Microsoft must recruit programmers from the local special school with some of the decisions they make...
    
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post #28 of 84
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Because most people are not that smart perhaps?
And everyone here is? Hardly.


And Google is only as dangerous as the search results you click on. Is it really that hard to search the web? Don't click on stuff that doesn't look... "right"... I thought it was self explanatory but it seems most people click away without reading anything.
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Where are the Apple fan boys?
Patching their little white money sinks?
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I don't understand why Apple has to dumb down everything for their customers. It seems like everyone's doing it nowadays.
OSX isn't really that dumbed down. It has a built in tcsh terminal. You can do all sorts of hardcore computer nerdy things in the terminal. It's just all simple and polished on the surface for everyday users.
    
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