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In a challenge to the prevailing belief that Apple computers are immune to the sort of cyberattacks that plague WIndows-based machines, research firm Sophos has released a study claiming that one in five Macs have malware.

Where Malware Comes From

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Meet Flame, the Nastiest Computer Malware Yet

Flame Malware Infographic - Worst Malware out there... Wait a minute and it'll get topped (the Chinese are already hard at work on this...)

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Malware para Mac #infografia #infographic #apple

Apple malware #infographic

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Apple’s iPhone 5: What does it cost to make?

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Apple's Lightning Connector: What You Need to Know

The Apple iPhone 5's Lightning Connector: What You Need to Know

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This Is Your 2-Weeks Notice On The iPhone 5

Are These Photos of the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini?

Apple by the Numbers

Apple by the Numbers
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Apple by the Numbers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Apple by the Numbers

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Why Citizens Demand More Social Media in Law Enforcement

Digital Police Infographic

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‘Apple Fever’ Prompts Predictions of $1 Trillion Value

‘Apple Fever’ to Push Stock to $1,000 for $1 Trillion Valuation

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How Much Is Apple Worth? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Apple still Rocks & the rest attempt to copy! Steve Jobs amazing man who changed the world even when we didn't know it needed changing!

Get 9 Top Mac Apps Including RapidWeaver 5 That Will Enhance Any Mac For Only $45! - The Mac Variety Bundle 2.0 (91% off)

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Keep Your Computer Happy and It Won’t Byte You [Infographic]

Keep Your Computer Happy and It Won’t Byte You -- http://www.how-to-fix-a-computer.com/

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Java-Based Malware Is

Java Based Malware Is "Fileless" The “fileless” malware, dubbed Trojan-Spy.Win32.Lurk, exploits a Java vulnerability (CVE-2011-3544) as part of a drive-by-download attack. Drive-by downloads exploit vulnerabilities in unpatched software and generally requires no user interaction to compromise the machine.

Apple, Facebook, Zendesk, Twitter - Was Your Data Compromised In 2013? #Infographic

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Anonymous Hackers Claim To Release One Million Apple Devices' Unique Identifiers Stolen From FBI

Oh man do I want this!!!!