WTF? Apple pulls down anti-virus recommendation

Just a few days after posting in their site that Macs should also use anti-virus programs (just in case that there are Mac viruses out there in the wild), the administrator decided to pull it down.

The reason?
"We have removed the KnowledgeBase article because it was old and inaccurate," Apple spokesman Bill Evans, explained for Macworld. "The Mac is designed with built-in technologies that provide protection against malicious software and security threats right out of the box,” he added.
Reaaaallllyyy...LOLZ!!! Thanks to that statement, Apple just became the virus-creator's flavor of the month. My prediction? The world will be seeing some viruses that target Macs to come out of the woodwork from today until middle of next year.

The reason why viruses don't target Macs IMO is because they don't have that large enough users to target. Yikes! Now with the statement given by Apple, they will probably be saying the next one a few months from now:
"Me and my big mouth."
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