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Old 07-27-2011, 09:15 AM   #1
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Default Mac Lion most secure OS

According to an article in Macnn:

Experts: OS X now much more secure than rivals
Leapfrogs Windows 7, Linux, but still not perfect


“… consultants with several computer security firms say that Wednesday's release of Mac OS X Lion makes it ‘king of the jungle’ in terms of mainstream operating system security, surging ahead of rivals such as Windows 7 and Ubuntu Linux with very significant security overhauls throughout the OS….”

As if there could ever be perfection in the endless changing world of [in]security! But still interesting. Maybe it will make up for the annoyance for Mac users of adapting to a very different OS.

   
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