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Prepare a version of OS X that installs from a USB drive or a DVD-ROM. Set up a virtual machine for instance using Parallels or VirtualBox and run the malicious software inside the virtual machine.


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Slack is a well-known chatting tool and I am yet to hear it does any surveillance. Also, every single Mac app which is submitted into App Store after June 1 of 2012 must have sandboxing implemented or it won't be approved. Additionally, no app is able to access your computer outside of its limits unless you give it your root password (Slack does not ask for ...



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