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Chapter 33. Securing Your Computer

Mac OS X is a powerful Unix-based operating system, and with that power comes the responsibility to minimize security risks. If your computer is used by other people, it's wise to secure it against users who may not realize the consequences of their actions, or those who may intend to wreak havoc. If you're connecting your computer to the Internet, it's necessary to take preventive measures to guard against unwanted connections over the network.

For information about Apple's security recommendations and recent software updates related to security, visit the Apple Product Security web page at www.apple.com/support/security/.



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