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There is a new variant of the MacDefender malware for OS X that can be installed without requiring an admin password.
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Mac malware gets a new name, new Mac interface, and installs without requiring a user admin password.
The Mac Defender malware that's been attacking Macs has been updated by its authors, so it no longer requires an administrator password to install itself.
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