The furry one looks into confusion over Apple's recommendation of virus software for Macs, Palm's questionable business logic, and a case of untruth in advertising.
Can't seem to shake Norton AntiVirus? Here are instructions for removing the last four versions.
A Web page on Apple's site suggesting users purchase antivirus software has been removed by the company.
A note posted by Apple last month recommends that users install security software to protect themselves against viruses, though this isn’t the first time Apple has issued such a warning.
While it's theoretically possible for Macs to get infected, the fact remains that Mac malware is extremely rare.
Intego has improved performance and fixed bugs in the latest update to VirusBarrier.
We’ve created the brand-new Macworld Mac Security Superguide. In one handy 84-page volume, we’ve collected everything you need to know to keep yourself safe and secure, from the data on your hard drive to the data you send over the Internet
Intego, an anti-virus software maker for the Mac, claims that a new "MacGuard" application is, in fact, malware.
With no known Mac viruses in the wild, do you really need an antivirus app? Scott McNulty takes a look.
ClamXav 1.1 is an able antivirus program that will keep your Mac protected, though it doesn’t offer all the features that more-expensive programs do. But the price is hard to beat.