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2-29-2008 @ 1:12PM
It is not a false sense of security. OS X is inherently more secure than Windows, and it has nothing to do with market share. OS8/9 had a smaller market share than OS X does now and there were several hacks and viruses affecting that OS version.When it comes to keyloggers, you are currently 100% safe on a Mac. There are none for OS X.If someone gets your info from phishing (much like the Paypal phishing story going around.), then it comes down to common sense or lack-thereof. If your account is hacked, it isn't because you are on a Mac. You could have been on Linux or Windows and the same thing would have happened.
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