Maybe some of you remember a blog post I wrote some time ago, called “Mac Malware – fact or fiction?”
What I think about this topic it’s explained in that blog post, so I won’t be repeating the same story. It seems that some other people, as Chris Christiansen, of IDC, think on a similar way: “Most Mac users take security too lightly. In fact, most macare quite proud of the fact that they don’t run any security at all. That’s an open door; at some point it will be exploited.”
As we know, this is something that is becoming more serious, so we have decided to go One Step Ahead and release our own Panda Antivirus for Mac. What I like a lot of it is the ability to scan some Apple devices, such as iPad, iPhone or iPod. As a heavy iPhone and iPad user I have a lots of documents in both devices, and it is great to find an easy ways to scan them.
* Mac OS X 10.5 or later
* Mac OS X client (Mac OS X Server not supported)
* RAM: 512 MB
* Hard disc: 80 MB free space
* Internet connection (for product activation and updates)