Apple's software chief says the level of malware on the Mac is 'unacceptable'

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Apple's software chief says the level of malware on the Mac is unacceptable and worse than iOS
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Apple's software chief says the level of malware on the Mac is unacceptable and worse than iOS

MacOS does not meet the 'dramatically higher bar' established by iOS for customer protection, says senior vice president Federighi

Criticising the security of his own Mac operating system, Apple's senior vice president of software engineering, Craig Federighi, told a federal court on Wednesday that the level of malware on the ...

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