Macintosh is surprisingly resistant for most viruses and spyware that cause severe harm to window base computer. This is the most obvious reason to buy a Mac for Apple users. Apple has fiercely strengthened security and protection settings on operating system to overcome internal and external threats. As a result, common viruses and spyware that attacks window base set up do not stand with Apple OS. Industry veteran says that Mac is not required an external antivirus program, but to make this happen, a user’s needs to update few manual settings in Mac. To know more details about security and protection in Mac, Dial apple Mac support technical number 1-800-281-3707 and speak with a Mac associate at Mac OS X support.
Apple update antivirus programs periodically, make sure to update it time to time.
Keep in Mind Below Tips
- Browse internet in Mozilla, safari and opera, seeing, as internet explorer is not supported in Apple OS X. These browsers are reasonably safe and secure to run on Mac OS.
- However while downloading software and programs from un trusted sources, many adware and spyware programs come in form of exe files, Mac restrict and warn you on future outcome hence you don’t need to worry on this part, but why take a risk?
- While accessing email account, make sure the attachment is safe and secure; do not open an attachment instantly until you are expecting it. Most email clients scan emails for security such as Thunderbird.
- Instant messaging applications are also vulnerable for the viruses and spyware attacks, set your privacy setting accordingly, who you should receive files.
- While using office applications, disable macro, because you are opening a document that is created somewhere else. Office document can also bring the viruses and infections, its better to update office program regularly.