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Apple Computers & Surfing The Internet Issues


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mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}Apple computers are more secure with less security problems so when a pop up appears in the browser from the “anti hacking department of Apple” , should you be concerned ?

No , you have visited a site that is having security issues as websites can become infected and then when you visit the site it tries to install on your computer

On a Windows computer these infections may spread but on an Apple computer they will only infect your browser

Some of these will also ask you to call a number – do not do that

If you do call the number , they will try and get you to let them log onto your computer , then charge you as well as installing all sorts of other programs in the background

So if you are on an Apple computer and this happens , what should you do ?

Also be aware that when you browse with Google Chrome you may see the following now.

Richard Pascoe is a technology consultant & technology commentator for the media on FIVEaa , ABC Adelaide , PowerFM , 5MU , 7AD and 7BU and has been seen on the Channel 7 news , Channel 9 News , Channel 10 news and Today Tonight . Richard gives his opinions on Microsoft , Google , Apple and deals with personal computers , smartphones and tablets.

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