Flashback Malware Infection Dropping By 100,000 Macs Per Week

Infection rates of the Flashback malware that was on over 650,000 Macs at the beginning of April have been in steep decline, according to the organization that discovered the malware in the first place. What’s … View full post on National Cyber Security » Virus/Malware/Worms

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Malware for Macs Lucrative, Security Researchers Say

Last month, cybercriminals embarked on what quickly became one of the largest-scale malware attacks on Apple computers to date. Their motive was financial: security researchers now estimate that the infected computers made the malware’s creators … View full post on National Cyber Security » Virus/Malware/Worms

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Cross-platform malware exploits Java to attack PCs and Macs

The same Java vulnerability used in the infamous Flashback malware is now being used as an attack vector for a single piece of malware that can infect both Windows and Mac OS X computers. View full post on malware – Yahoo! News Search Results View full post on National Cyber…

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Flashback gang could be making $10K a day off infected Macs

The Flashback malware that’s infected hundreds of thousands of Macs may be generating more than $10,000 a day for the hackers who made the Trojan horse, Symantec said. View full post on Computerworld Security News View full post on National Cyber Security » Announcements

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