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LastPass has unveiled an app vault suitable for Mac users to keep their digital information safe and secure.
South Korean messaging app maker refutes claims it is collecting its users' media access control addresses from the launch of its desktop version last week.
While a lower market share has kept Apple users safe from attacks, security firms warn that with increasing Mac malware codes, a major incident is "waiting to happen".
Following a complaint by a Spanish internet rights group, authorities in that country have ordered Google to explain its Street View car data harvesting
Customers lost up to US$4,700 each to criminals who used a variant of the Zeus data-stealing Trojan to infect Windows systems, Macs and even Wii consoles, according to security company M86.
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Customers lost up to £3,000 each to criminals who used a variant of the Zeus data-stealing Trojan to infect Windows systems, Macs and even Wii consoles, according to M86
The company's Street View cars accidentally harvested 'fragments' of what people were doing over their unsecured Wi-Fi networks, Google has admitted
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Enterprise technology administrators are planning to increase the number of Macs they deploy, according to a survey by the Enterprise Desktop Alliance.The group surveyed 500 IT administrators and based its data on the 322 respondents that had both Macs and PCs deployed.
Web metrics company NetApplications has released revamped data that's good news for Google and the Chrome browser, and bad news for Microsoft and Apple.
Highlights from NetApplications data for January '09 - Firefox and Mac up, Windows continues to slide
NetApplications data for January '09 is out so it's time to take a look at the data.
Macs are a step closer to being accepted in government agencies, which usually require a full-disk encryption tool to protect sensitive data, after Check Point announced Pointsec for Apple's Leopard and Tiger operating systems.
Accountancy software company Intuit has created a waiting list for users affected by a flawed update, which erased QuickBooks data from the hard drives of many users last weekend.
An update to Intuit's accountancy software has wiped data from Mac users' hard drives, with affected customers asked to join a waiting list for the solution
Senior employees are less security compliant despite the data-loss risks posed by their sophisticated mobile devices, analysts have warned
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Symantec's announcement that it will acquire data loss prevention (DLP) vendor Vontu for US$350 million signals an information-centric future for security -- but analysts warn not to deploy DLP technology yet.
On today's podcast:Riffs on the next big Web thing and green data centers.Office 2008 for the Mac is delayed.
Following Apple's latest security update, experts warn that there is no room for complacency over the malware risk to Macs.
As demonstrated in the last two decades, product innovation holds the key to Apple's success. But can it fend off competitors such as Creative Technology and Samsung?
Several months after the release of its PC data card for 3G/GPRS roaming, Vodafone has launched a Mac-compatible version
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