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Adobe fixes PDF reader flaws July 12, 2006 If left unpatched, vulnerabilities in Adobe Systems' PDF reader software could put Windows, Mac users at risk of cyberattack.
Apple: Windows on a Mac is here April 5, 2006 Company says Boot Camp enables Intel-based Macs to run XP natively. Beta's ready for download. Images: Installing Boot Camp
FAQ: Windows on Macs April 5, 2006 There are some strings attached to running Microsoft's OS on a Mac--including Windows security risks, Apple says.
No Vista on Mac's horizon March 10, 2006 Apple senior architect says the OSes' different ways of booting up is a big obstacle to running the next Windows on Macs.
Leopard nipping at Vista's heels August 8, 2006 The new Mac OS is due in spring, which would put it after Vista. But if the Windows update slips again, that could let Apple get in first.
Security from A to Z: OS X November 28, 2006 Debate rages over whether the Mac operating system is inherently safer than Windows. Part of a series on hot security topics.
Is Mac OS as safe as ever? February 27, 2006 Trio of threats suggest hackers are now eyeing the previously ignored software. Should fans worry?
McAfee bites into Apple security May 5, 2006 Launches antivirus for Mac, saying Apple's operating system is "just as vulnerable" to targeted attacks as its competitors.
Year in review: Zero-day mania December 28, 2006 Cybercrooks found Microsoft's "Patch Tuesdays" too tempting to pass up. Apple, too, had a rough year when it came to security.
Microsoft limits Vista transfers October 16, 2006 Retail buyers of the OS will only be able to legally transfer the software once. After that, it's back to the store to buy a new copy.
Apple shows Leopard's spots August 7, 2006 At developers' conference, company previews first Intel-based desktop and offers a taste of new OS features.
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