Mac Threats: Is Symantec Crying Wolf?

In a perfect would, people might pay for security software based on the number of attacks prevented and the severity of those threats. The bigger the threat, the harder the software works and the more it protects, the more you pay. Seems fair enough.

In the case of Mac OS X, if you paid for what you got, the price for security software would be zero. The price would thus equal the number of virus and malware threats that target Apple's Unix-based operating system.

Source: eWEEK

Opinion or not, he has a good point about the cost of Mac Anti-Virus software.

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