More malware for the Mac OS X platform has been discovered, hot on the heels of the revelation that some 600,000 Macs had been infected in the Flashback attack.
And just like Flashback, the new Trojan doesn’t require any user interaction to infect your Apple Mac.
The Sabpab Trojan horse exploits the same drive-by Java vulnerability used to create the Flashback botnet.
The newly discovered Sabpab malware is in many ways a basic backdoor Trojan horse. It connects to a control server using HTTP, receiving commands from remote hackers as to what it should do. The criminals behind the attack can grab screenshots from…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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