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Old March 2, 2013, 03:33 PM
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Apples can't connect to a domain. They can share files back and forth using Samba.

Antivirus? What you have to understand about how an Apple OS is how the filesystem works. It doesn't work ANYWHERE near that of Windows. You essentially have 2 users.. Administrators and Regular users. Regular users are LOCKED into their home directory unless they use an administrator password to bypass this. Regular users will NOT have any writable permissions to any part of the file system without using a command called sudo.

Seems to be recommended for virus/spyware if you insist on it but I really don't think its needed.
Intego Mac Internet Security 2013 for Mac - CNET

There isn't a hijackthis equivalent simply because there is no registry on a mac which is what hijackthis goes through and checks for issues.

Network monitoring:
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