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  • 28-03-2013, 03:16 PM
    Unregistered

    Re: What does crsud process do in Mac?

    SAme question!
    Already solved, thank you guys!
  • 21-03-2013, 07:26 AM
    Unregistered

    Re: What does crsud process do in Mac?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    It appears to be a critical software update process installed with Security Update 2013-001.

    If you're going to be paranoid about security risks, it'd be a good idea to learn something about the software you install before you install it. It doesn't make sense to install software that poses a security risk and then panic after the fact.
    Oh relax buddy!!!!
  • 19-03-2013, 07:04 AM
    Unregistered

    Re: What does crsud process do in Mac?

    It appears to be a critical software update process installed with Security Update 2013-001.

    If you're going to be paranoid about security risks, it'd be a good idea to learn something about the software you install before you install it. It doesn't make sense to install software that poses a security risk and then panic after the fact.
  • 16-03-2013, 07:56 PM
    mohammedfazil

    Re: What does crsud process do in Mac?

    Crsud is the process that is available in latest security update .

    ---->This helps to find the malwares in the mac machine and fix it automatically.

    --->It is an unix auto executable file that is installed during the security update.

    ------>so dont worry it is not a virus program that is executed.

  • 16-03-2013, 02:02 PM
    Unregistered

    What does crsud process do in Mac?

    Is it ok to have the crsud process to run in the background in my Mac? Can you please tell me if it is a virus or so? then how to remove it from my Mac? I just want to know the steps to get rid of it if itís a security risk for my Mac. Thanks.

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