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16 Apr   Virus News

New Backdoor Proves to Be an Advanced Persistent Threat for Mac Users

The notorious Flashfake Trojan that helped to create a botnet of 700k+ Mac computers may be the most prominent example of vulnerabilities in a Mac OS X environment, but it is certainly not alone.

16 Apr   Virus News

Cyber Threats in March 2012: Fileless Bots and the First Trojan Bankers for Android

In March, Kaspersky Lab experts detected a unique malicious attack which used malware capable of operating without creating files on infected systems.

12 Apr   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab Offers‘Kaspersky Flashback Removal Tool,’ a Safe and Free Utility for Users to Identify and Disinfect the Mac OS X Flashback/Flashfake Malware; Experts Release Updated Research on FlashfakeBotnet: 670,000 Infected Computers

Kaspersky Lab’s experts recently analyzed the Flashfake botnet and found a total of 670,000 infected computers worldwide, with more than 98% of the computers most likely running Mac OS X

09 Apr   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab Offers‘Kaspersky Flashback Removal Tool,’ a Safe and Free Utility for Users to Identify and Disinfect the Mac OS X Flashback/Flashfake Malware; Experts Release Updated Research on FlashfakeBotnet: 670,000 Infected Computers

Kaspersky Lab’s experts recently analyzed the Flashfake botnet and found a total of 670,000 infected computers worldwide, with more than 98% of the computers most likely running Mac OS X

09 Apr   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab Confirms Flashfake / Flashback Botnet Infected more than 600,000 Mac OS X Computers, Describes Ramifications and Remedies

Kaspersky Lab’s experts recently analyzed Flashfake, a massive botnet that infected more than 600,000 computers worldwide, and concluded that more than 98% of the infected computers were most likely running a version of Mac OS X

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