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Apple's first malware pandemic?
Complacency and smugness suddenly turn to panic. The Developers Workshop article 'Trojans for Nothing' pointed out how easy the 'iWorkServices' exploit was - and sure enough (and just as Brian Krebs predicted) it's spreading.
Intego Security Alert 26 January
A nearly identical trojan has been found at the torrent sites. The social engineering tack's the same: offer something for nothing. In this case a cracked version of Adobe CS. The attack is the same: embed a trojan inside the Apple installer package, edit a few plain text files, and that's it.
It can't be easier - and considering the circumstances these Maccie users can't be stupider.
iTrojan.clix is a new CLIX command file available for immediate download that takes care of this most recent exploit.
The ordinary CLIX downloads have also been augmented with this command file.
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