Mac OS X Security Configuration Guide

The Security Configuration Guide is designed to give instructions and recommendations for securing Mac OS X and for maintaining a secure computer.

The Mac OS X Security Configuration Guide provides an overview of features in Mac OS X that can be used to enhance security, known as hardening your computer.

To use these guide, you should be an experienced Mac OS X user, be familiar with the Mac OS X user interface, and have at least some experience using the Terminal application’s command-line interface. You should also be familiar with basic networking concepts.

Certain instructions in the guides are complex, and deviation could result in serious adverse effects on the computer and its security. The guide should only be used by experienced Mac OS X users, and any changes made to your settings should be thoroughly tested.

Mac OS X v10.6 (Snow Leopard)

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