Computers can be easily installed on any device with an Apple computer, but Apple has now tested the security of the MacBook Air.
The MacBook Air, the latest generation of Apple’s popular notebook, has been tested by the security firm McAfee against malware, ransomware and the so-called WannaCry cyberattack.
MacRumors says the tests, which took place over the past week, show the MacBook is “strongly” protected from WannaCrack attacks.
McAfee’s WannaCrypt test is similar to other popular tests conducted by Apple, including the WannaMap and WannaPow tests.
But it doesn’t include a test for WannaCypher, a newer form of malware which exploits the same vulnerability in the MacBook to take control of a computer.
Mcafee says the test is “highly accurate,” but warns that it “is not the only way to measure Mac’s security.”
Apple, which has been using Macs for nearly five years, announced earlier this month that it would be retiring its laptop line.
“It’s time to focus on delivering better and more secure products for our customers,” Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote in a blog post.
McFee said in a statement that McAfee “continues to be a valuable partner to Apple” and said the company “remains committed to supporting Apple’s continued growth.”
McAfee did not immediately respond to a request for comment.