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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.
Macs: Intel and Windows inside April 7, 2006 special coverage Boot Camp software enables Windows XP to run on Intel-based Macs. Will it bring more people over Apple? Images: Installing Boot Camp FAQ: Windows on Macs
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.
Say good-bye to Apple security? May 2, 2006 SecureWave CEO Bob Johnson warns that the Windows-friendly Boot Camp software could bring bugs to Apple products.
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.
Stamping out fires in security October 3, 2006 A zero-day flaw in MacOS X and Firefox and third-party Windows patches turn up the heat for Net users. Plus: Buyout boom in security.
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.
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?
Apple plugs eight QuickTime holes March 5, 2007 Vulnerabilities in Apple's widely used QuickTime media player software can expose both Macs and Windows PCs to attack.
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