Originally Posted by jknight8907
There are simply ZERO viruses that affect the OS X operating system.
Kinda gives you the warm fuzzies, don't it?
Except that I guess ZERO means the existance of non test case virus/trojans such as MacOS.MW2004.Trojan
. Sure, OS X has nearly zero viruses, but they do exist. While the system overall is more secure then Windows, common sense is still needed. As the platform becomes more popular, expect more trojans to appear, waiting for people to mistakenly download just the wrong application or e-mail. I'm not trying to scare anyone, but saying there are no viruses for the Mac OS X platform is wrong, and puts people into a false sense of security.