Mac users have reasons for Windows envy PCs offer better gaming, Google Pack, and a lighter bill. But Apple acolytes could always boast that their machines were pretty much virus-free. Not anymore. A rumor this week promised the first Mac OS X virus, dubbed "Leap-A," would soon wreak havoc. It turned out to be untrue, at least the claim of widespread Mac devastation. The virus was just a relatively innocuous worm that enticed iChat users to download pictures of "Mac OS X Leopard." In order for the worm to inflict damage, the user would have to pass through several steps and offer up their admin password hopefully, a wake-up call for those dumb enough to download the file in the first place. But, for Mac users long content in the womb of cyber safety, this should be notice enough: OS X is not impenetrable and as Apple's profile continues to grow, Mac users can't stay off the hacker radar forever.