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Rare, but Real, Apple Mac OS X Virus Discovered

It's not true that Macs don't get malware, but it is true they don't get viruses — at least not in the wild. Full story

Mac Malware Got Past Gatekeeper to Hack Apple, Facebook, Microsoft

A newly identified Trojan horse targeting Macs was responsible for the recent hacks into Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and other companies, an investigative security news site has discovered. Full story

Apple security update ditches Snow Leopard, Windows users

Last week, Apple released the latest version of its Safari Web browser, patching more than 100 vulnerabilities. But if you're running an older version of Mac OS X or any version of Windows, you're in for some harsh luck. Full story

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Steve Jobs uses a sample image from Pixar's Toy Story 2 to demonstrate the new features of Mac OSX version 10.1 during the keynote address at the Macworld Expo at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City on July 18, 2001. photo by Gabe Palacio/ImageDirect