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OS 10.5 - OS X Leopard Security Guide


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Just read the following ...

" MAC OS X Leopard Security Guide " at http://blogs.zdnet.com/Apple/?p=1809

It contains some interesting stuff for someone who is new to OS X Leopard ( like me )

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OS X is extremely secure out of the box, but for anybody who wants more info read this thread

The Official Mac AntiVirus and Firewall FAQ

the zdnet article is useful for system admins, but regular users will find more practical info at the macforums thread shown above
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