Hi Richmond,

Did you miss the memo about:

Apple Zero-Day Flaw Leaves OS X Systems Vulnerable to Attack

Zero day flaws have always been there in the Mac OS X operating system
from the very beginning.  These have been patched in later versions of
Mac OS X, but earlier versions were never patched.  You are probably
vulnerable to such things on those older computers.    

If you aren’t on the internet with any of those computers, and you scan all 
software for viruses before you install it, you might be fine. 

Or do you have some work around that no one knows about?



> On Jun 8, 2017, at 6:04 AM, Richmond via use-livecode 
> <use-livecode@lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> So, backwards compatibility does not interest you?
> I, for one, run Mac Machines running MacOS 10.4 PPC.
> A lot of these machine are being dumped in poor countries where they can be 
> used
> for good purposes.
> Richmond.

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