Tool thwarts OS X malware tricks 
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Fills gap left by Apple.
 
Apple releases Mountain Lion 
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Updated: Operating system arrives after disappointing results.
 
Mac Flashback made $600, not $10k a day 
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But it could have, Symantec says.
 
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Construction firm embraces mobile age.
 
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Researchers point to rise in infections.
 
Microsoft accuses Google of invading IE privacy 
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Google brands Microsoft policy 'impractical'.
 
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Browser privacy war heats up.
 
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"Mountain Lion" Gatekeeper feature designed to fight malicious downloads.
 
Apple unveils malicious app blocker 
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Reveals new features, culls iChat, in OSX Mountain Lion developer preview.
 
iCloud fires up with iOS 5 release 
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Updated: Apple goes on release frenzy.
 
Citrix uncloaks Android apps for Windows 
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New add-on to Receiver product.
 
F-Secure pulls a McAfee on Mac users 
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Beta for Mac security software sounds "serious false alarm", puts safe files in the trash.
 
New backdoor Mac Trojan in the works 
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DarkCometX coming soon.
 
Windows Trojan re-configured for MacOS 
By Liam Tung | Feb 28, 2011 | Comment Now 
Rare find: Backdoor BlackHole RAT.
 
The Crunch: iPhone virus outbreak, AVG and 2012 
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No business case for OS X anti-virus app.
 
Apple issues massive security patch update 
By Iain Thomson | Sep 14, 2009 | Comment Now 
Better security for OS X, iPhone and QuickTime.
 
Apple delivers fourth Mac OS X update of year 
By Dan Kaplan | Jul 2, 2008 | Comment Now 
Apple on Monday delivered fixes for 25 vulnerabilities in its Mac OS X platform, plus a patch for a Safari bug.
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