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Disguised as a legitimate project on GitHub called StealthBit, the malware installs a browser extension to look for and steal BitCoin wallet and account credentials.
Internet thieves are more organized and more technically savvy than ever before as they concoct insidious software designed to let them separate you from your valuables. Users and ISPs must work together to keep them at bay.
There is a new variant of the MacDefender malware for OS X that can be installed without requiring an admin password.
Recently OS X users have been targeted by sophisticated scams via the Web and through downloadable Trojan malware. Here is how to remove this malware and protect your system from it.
A new Trojan horse malware that affects Mac OS X has been uncovered by Macintosh Security site SecureMac. The Trojan is called "trojan.osx.boonana.a" and is being disguised as a video and distributed through social-networking sites like Facebook.
Java vulnerability has been discovered in the Apple operating system that affects all Intel and PowerPC-based systems, SecureMac says, including the most recent version, Mac OS X 10.5.7.
If you turn on your computer's firewall, many times upon launching applications you will be prompted to either allow or deny that application access to the Internet. You may also wonder exactly why an application such as Microsoft Excel or Apple's Numbers
After the release of iWork '09 earlier this year, a Trojan was discovered circulating in pirated copies of Apple's productivity suite of applications (as well as pirated copies of Adobe's Photoshop CS4). Security professionals now believe that the botnet
Although the infamous DNSChanger (also known as OSX.RSPLUG or perhaps osx.trojan-2) has been circulating the Internet for some time, people are still experiencing the effects from it's devious ruse. The following article is a breakdown of what the DNSChan
A security vendor says it's seeing new variations of the AppleScript.THT Trojan horse on the Internet.