I realize that Mac's have been relatively resistent to viruses. That said, there are reports of Trojan viruses as well as adware issues on Macs. On the introduction day, I downloaded Mountain Lion to my 6 mo. old iMac. I was favorably impressed until receiving an email from my McAfee anti-virus.
"OSX Mountain Lion was released by Apple this week, but unfortunately it is not compatible with McAfee Family Protection. Upgrading to Mountain Lion will cause your Mac version of McAfee Family Protection to stop functioning.
Please do not upgrade to OSX Mountain Lion if you wish to maintain complete functionality of your McAfee Family Protection Software.
We are currently working on making McAfee Family Protection for Mac compatible with OSX Mountain Lion. We will inform you when a Mountain Lion compatible version of McAfee Family Protection is available."
Great to learn this after the fact. Why wasn't I warned when looking at the upgrade, not to mention, just as I was downloading Mountain Lion that this was the case. WTF?
I'm waiting for Apple's response.
Edited by Cheesehed - 7/28/12 at 2:15pm