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How does Real Time Protection work on a Mac

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It really depends on the malware. Context matters. A lot of malware samples people try to test with are out of context and would not be detected in that form... and, often, can't even be executed, because they're not complete. A good example is mach-o executable files, which are the core of most Mac apps. However, such an executable, on being removed from the app bundle, would not be executable, and would not be detected because it's expected to be found inside the app bundle.

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