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Old 08-21-2009, 02:34 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by u2popmofo View Post
I may be completely wrong, but I was under the assumption that Macs were designed in such a way that there essentially already is "virus protection" included, it's just not a piece of software as PC users are used to.
Not really, it's just a totally different system, and since PCs are the huge majority, people creating viruses are going to create them on the most commonly used platform. I wouldn't use one *unless* you are plugging in random devices where you haven't had full control over what's on them. Since I do repairs and restores on hard drives, memory cards, USB devices, etc I have antivirus on all my computers and I've actually had more viruses on my Macs.

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My company just offered us free Malvare prevention products and techniques for our personal omputers, including Macs.


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