But why don't you post in our Mac forum :
I like to cover my bases when it comes to security on my PC. But my Mac at work has no antispyware software installed. For some reason, it never occurred to me because I think of my work machine as more of a tool, owned by the company, like a pencil, and I'm not as concerned about it as I am my home computer. There are a lot of great free programs for the PC, like WebRoot and Ad-Aware SE Personal, but when I searched for free security programs for the Mac, I was disappointed. I gathered from reading other threads that the Mac is a significantly less vulnerable system than the PC, and therefore it doesn't need as much protection. Is this true? And why aren't antispyware progs for the Mac as touted as those for the PC? Do I even need antispyware progs for my Mac? And why doesn't CNet ever talk about any antispyware stuff for the Mac? It's always about Ad-Aware or SpyDoctor and PC programs, but these are not for Mac. For some reason I thought spyware progs were universal and could affect any system. It never occurred to me it was a PC-only problem. What's the state of the industry on this?
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