How to further secure Mac OS X before Leopard

Mar 11, 2007 - 1 Comment

Generally speaking Mac OS X is secure by default, certainly more so than your average Windows counterpart at least. Of course things can always be more secure, that’s just the nature of computing. I personally don’t sit around and worry about the security of my Mac, but if you’re a bit worried about the potential vulnerability of your Mac, than this may be a good read for you. The article lays out a couple simple and advanced methods to further secure Mac OS X before the release of Leopard.

Howto: A more secure OS X before Leopard

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  1. smoker911 says:

    In the great PC Mac debate, this has got to be the greatest string of all time…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyRTBq_tyYc&mode=related&search=

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