Other voices begin to speak about Apple’s OSX security vulnerabilities

CodeProject points to one blog post that covers many of the concerns about Apple’s approach to security.  Not being a target doesn’t mean a system isn’t secure.  So take a look at the blog: OS X – Safe, yet horribly insecure 

Let’s face it, with the attacks that the internet is undergoing at this time, hoping that you can get all of your users into a walled garden for security misses the idea of distributed computing.  The philosophy of the individual computer user is that they control their systems and own them.  Now EULA for software isn’t quite where you get to own the software, but it is pretty much ownership.

It is important that everyone be aware of cybersecurity and how secure their computer really is.

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