OT: Microsoft is really annoying!

Bill Vlahos bvlahos at mac.com
Fri Apr 16 13:14:36 EDT 2010

Not just "rare". There are no viruses for the Mac other than the old Microsoft Office viruses.

There are some other trojans for the Mac but they are rare and are not really found in the wild. Of course, those need the user's assistance to run as well.

One of the advantages of Sean Shao ssMacWindows is that he has made available a feature on the Mac that prevents key loggers. I've implemented it in the 1.1.x version of InfoWallet. I wish there was a similar feature for Windows. If anyone knows of an option for Windows please let me know.

Bill Vlahos
InfoWallet (http://www.infowallet.com) is about keeping your important life information with you, accessible, and secure.

On Apr 16, 2010, at 5:24 AM, Richard Gaskin wrote:

> Tempting as such a thought may be, consider that since most Win users smart enough to know they need anti-virus software have probably already done so, the more ripe opportunity would be to deploy viruses for OS X.  But such viruses remain rare, even proportionate to market share.

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