Mac Trojan Variation Disables Built-In OS X Malware Safeguards

The Mac OS X built in anti-malware protections could be at risk due to a relatively newer Mac trojan. This new version also pretends as a Flash Player installer, but this time around its creators have pushed it to a whole new level wherein it disables Apple’s automatic updating mechanism for its system-wide malware application,

PDF Trojan Horse Threatens Mac Users

A new malware has come to the scene that disguises itself as a PDF to trap users into opening it. As a result, an Apache server gets installed on ones Mac. On the opening of the file, the executable comes into play, extracting a different executable, which then downloads a backdoor from a remote server,

Mac Trojan Horse Poses As Adobe Flash Installer

The most recent attempt from digital wrongdoers to contaminate your Mac has been spotted taking on the look and feel of Adobe’s Flash Installer. This Trojan poses a rather serious threat to those unwary users who may think they are merely updating Flash Player. F-Secure has named the Trojan Bash/QHost.WB and have shared some insight