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As usual hindi nanaman siya makasagot. Hay ang mga Mac users talaga ang galing magpalusot.
Ganto lang yan.
Explain to us in a technical manner why "MAC OSX is the most advance operating system in the world" compared to Windows and Linux IN YOUR OWN WORDS and understanding. Hindi yung copy and paste galing sa isang article.
So in other words hindi mo talaga alam kung bakit?sabi mo bawal copy paste edi mag search ka sagot ko
lol, "word"the word "hindi cheap" itself say it all
pagbigyan nyo na si trina-bee sa sagot nya. e yun lang ang explaination nya kung bakit "MAC OSX is the most advance operating system in the world"
ignore mode lang si TriNa-Bee sa:
- difference ng words, phrases and sentences.
- kung pano naging advanced OS ang Mac.
- kasinungalingan niya dito
- pagiging mayabang niya.
hindi nga alam gumamit ng forum tools ni TriNa-Bee.
asa pang alam niyan kung ano ang advanced OS.
Apple Mac OS X Update Plugs 18 Security Vulnerabilities
Apple fixed 18 security flaws in the latest update to its Mac OS X operating system. Several of the bugs are tied to the handling of images.
Apple has pushed out an upgrade for Mac OS X that plugs 18 security holes, among them a series of critical bugs tied to the handling of various image formats.
The update, which brings the OS to version 10.5.8, fixes a number of issues related to ImageIO’s handling of OpenEXR images, EXIF metadata and PNGimages. Apple also patched a stack buffer overflow that exists in the way Image RAW handles Canon RAW images.
All totaled, there were six vulnerabilities affecting the different image file formats. According to Apple’s advisory, all of which can be exploited by getting users to view malicious images.
iPhone and OS X to get AVG antivirus in 2010
"Right now, everyone's saying 'Hey, Mac is completely not vulnerable,' but in fact yes it is. Very. And we're worried about it," Smith confessed.
"We'll have a free Mac LinkScanner product [for Safari] this year. Because that, to us, is where you need to be protected the most--while you're online. And we're looking at, in the roadmap for next year, an actual Mac product. It'll be full-on antivirus and antispyware, though a firewall we're debating. We're also looking at other phones and Game Boys."
Vista Shows Better Security Than Mac OS X
That’s the view of Max Caceres, director of product management at Boston-based Core Security Technologies, which develops network-penetration testing software called Core Impact. Caceres says that Microsoft Corp. uses more advanced security techniques in Windows Vista than Apple Inc. uses in its operating system. Mac OS X “is still a little immature in terms of security compared to Vista,” he contends.
“On paper, Vista is more sound.” As an example, Caceres points to the way Vista handles memory management. Information stored in RAM, he says, is “randomized, making it more difficult to exploit.” That’s not the case with the Mac software, according to Caceres. But, he adds, Apple’s Unix roots, more frequent operating system release cycle and apparent indifference to backward compatibility make the Mac “well positioned to change its security model real quickly.” Plus, he notes, security threats are a market share issue. As long as Windows dominates the desktop, he predicts, it will attract most of the malware.