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Join Date: Sep 2010
Re: Too much security on Mac OS, is it safe ?
Yes, nowadays lots of security demand is running, unless and until you dint secure your database, anyone can access or steal your identity. Higher level security included in Mac systems are as follows:
- Mac uses UNIX type access permission which let you know that each and every file and folder will ask you for the permission.
- Mac has networking and security page which is useful for security like All Secure 1.0 from Edge Rift, Inc 01/13/2009 Secure everything.
- In Mac application when we open the home screen a prompt appears for the basic security which needs every user to protest from the intruder to access any valuable information.
- If the user on the internet and accessing bank services so it?s very simple task for the hacker to steal his password or account number with help of different type of software. And it helps to free from antivirus.
- Mac prevent from this with highly qualified software which is inbuilt.
- There is a logic behind in? Sign in? feature in Gmail when we try to access that browser its help to protect from the intruder.
- Mac uses antivirus 1.3 from PC Tools. With this software you are protected against the most nefarious cyber-threats.