Enterprise Mac networks face crippling exploits

Enterprise Mac networks face crippling exploits  Mac OS has had a veneer of invulnerability for quite a while, and new releases such as OS X Lion have improved security features. Many users do not even bother to install anti-malware software on their Macs. Whether OS X is truly a more secure operating system than its competitors is in question, however. At a recent security conference, one hacking group easily invaded an OS X local area network and extracted user passwords. Network administrators cannot ignore security solutions for OS X users, especially with Mac enterprise solutions on the rise.

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