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Trojan Detected On Mac Back, Exploit Java for Stealing Data

Posted on the 18 April 2012 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u
Trojan Detected On Mac Back, Exploit Java for Stealing Data
'' Flashback'' trojan virus that attacked at least 600 000 Mac was found last week, the trojan is able to steal passwords and other personal data. This discovery encouraged Apple to release updates Java for OS X users can remove some of the common variants of the virus, but it was not completed until the issue there.
Securelist Saturday found another Mac trojan that also spreads by exploiting the Java.Malware, called Backdoor.OSX.SabPub, can take a screenshot of the Mac user, execute commands on infected machines and connect to remote Web sites to send data. It is not clear how users infected with a trojan, but due to the low number of cases this trojan and backdoor functionality, Securelist speculate that it is most likely to be used in targeted attacks, or are targeted, may be launched via email that contains a URL that points to one of two websites do hosting exploits.
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