MacTech Article: 2606CoreSec
by Michele (Mike) Hjörleifsson
Jun, 2010 Issue
Welcome to the first installment of CoreSec, a continuing series of articles to answer questions, address common concerns and introduce security technologies and concepts. In the following months, we will delve into interviews, topical discussions, how-to articles, and Q&A from you, the reader. Why the name "CoreSec?" At its core, OS X is UNIX 3 compliant. Its core components all address security in one form or another. Whether it's protected memory, secured virtual memory or email encryption, security runs through the core of OS X and hence the name "CoreSec."
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