A handful of articles that might be of interest to OS X users (mostly from ESET – that doesn’t mean no-one else is writing about Macs, but obviously ESET material is likelier to cross my radar):
- For Sophos, John Zorabedian offers five Mac OS X security tips
- For ESET, Graham Cluley ‘celebrates’ 10 years of Mac OS X malware
- And also for ESET, Rob Waugh follows up on his blog Five tips to help control your privacy on Mac OS X with Master of Mavericks: How to secure your Mac using Apple’s latest update
And if you’re not too tired after following all that advice, you might find an article on Better Mac Testing? How OS security can make AV testing harder by Lysa Myers and myself of interest – actually the first in a series based on our paper for Virus Bulletin last year: Mac Hacking: the way to better testing?
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