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Summary

Mac OS X security presents several challenges for Mac users. Its underlying Unix subsystem makes it an attractive target for network crackers as well as any unscrupulous person who might have access to the system. In this chapter, you learned several ways to help protect your system from both local and network attacks by limiting access to critical features and shutting off network services that you might not need. The topic of security is broad, so consider this chapter only a start to maintaining a secure computer—not an end-all guide.


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