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Second Mac OS X pest found

Second Mac OS X pest found

Antivirus vendor F-Secure this morning reported a second Mac OS X pest, Inqtana, which spreads primarily using Bluetooth. Yesterday, antivirus researchers reported the first Mac OS X virus, Mac OS X Leap, which uses Apple's iChat to attempt to download an infected image file. Of the two, Mac OS X users should consider Leap to be the greater risk. Leap can cause some Mac applications not to run and, in some instances, crash the infected machine.