Australian police recommend Mac OS X for online banking

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Without leaving your home, you can make transfers or check your movements. However, the internet user is always exposed to phishing and malicious code when carrying out his banking operations on the internet.

Australian police recommend Mac OS X for online banking
Australian police recommend Mac OS X for online banking

In response to this, the Australian police have issued a warning that we have found curious to say the least: they recommend using Mac OS X (or Linux) when managing our accounts on the network . “The first rule is never to click on links to the bank’s website, and the second rule is never to use Windows,” says Detective Inspector Bruce van der Graaf of the computer crime investigation unit.

Van der Graaf mentioned the two main alternatives of Windows, although he also mentioned that “if there was a rule that users had to be inspected for firewalls and other security measures, users would not be able to use other systems besides Windows” , using the example of the iPhone, which would also be banned from being “very safe” .

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