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Endgame Boosts Apple Security to Be Commensurate with Windows Security

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Gone are the days when users could take refuge from Windows threats with Apple devices, as malware writers are exploiting OSX and iOS with real vigor, says Mark Dufresne, VP of R&D at Endgame. And though it's taken a while, Mac security has achieved parity with Windows so that Apple users need no longer settle for "protected enough."

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dendavis15012
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dendavis15012,
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7/15/2020 | 9:01:49 AM
Re: amazing security
Yes.  We are not contented with what Windows provide for security. https://www.outboundlighting.com/mountain-bike-lights/
EDMParge01
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5/11/2020 | 8:39:09 PM
Great read!
Great post, learned a lot about Apple's and Window's security processes, appreciate the read!

-Jon

JohnDave
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JohnDave,
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5/1/2020 | 11:43:01 AM
amazing security
Nice article! It's been so many years that Apple have amazing security against malware and other exploits. Just hoping that on the coming days, my MacBook where my https://bathroomremodelingspringfieldva.com projects, designs and all important files are stored, is still safe against malware.
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