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AVG for OS X?

Erica Sadun, @ericasadun
December 8, 2006
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ZDNet reports that AVG, known for its free Windows antivirus tool, is busy developing an OS X version. Possibly. The company isn't sure whether the product will ever launch. Larry Bridwell of AVG's parent company Grisoft said "[W]e have done the [Linux] BSD version, which makes it a little bit easier to port to the Mac. It is in research and development right now to see if it is going to come out."

At this time, OS X remains pretty secure and virus free but one can never tell what time, patience, dedication and a really bad attitude can do to spoil things for everybody.



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