With the Flashback trojan not a serious threat, thanks to Apple’s new removal tool, it is time to pay attention to another threat. A vulnerability in Microsoft Office is allowing the “Backdoor.OSX.SabPub.a” trojan to infect systems running Mac OS X and use a Java exploit to avoid detection from anti-malware products.
Before unveiling and releasing the Final Cut Pro X (FCPX), Apple showcased some of the new features to a small group of professional videos editors. This was done in order to prepare these editors for Apple’s drastic change in their direction for professional video editing.
When Apple released an Anti-virus tool to remove Flashback Trojan from Mac, some people were upset as the tool was not compatible with No-Java 10.7 Lion. Now here is a good news to cheer them up.
We reported the rumors about Google planning to enter tablet Market. There were rumors about tablet’s arrival in July 2012.
This is a good news for those who use Office for Mac 2011. Microsoft has released an update taking the office suit to version 14.2.
After Kaspersky’s Flashfake’s arrival to remove Flashback Trojan from Mac, Apple has released Java for OS X 2012-003, an update to the Java implementation in OS X. This update removes “the most common variants of the Flashback malware.”
In order to bring 1080P video playing to the new Apple TV, Apple included a new technology that they called a single-core A5 processors.