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Why don't mac's get viruses?

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Tabatha Gouin

The Mac OS X operating system is built on the Unix kernel, which is one of the oldest and most secure operating systems available.

Mac's still get viruses. They are less prone to them due to Apple's anti virus programs that only run on Macs.

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Why don't mac's get viruses?

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