One In Five Macs Has A Malware

A latest study is set to pose a challenge to the prevailing belief that Apple computers are immune to the sort of cyber attacks that plague Windows-based machines. A research firm Sophos has released a study claiming that one in five Macs have malware.

140,000 Macs Still Infected With Flashback Malware

Apple may have released a number of Java patches and an uninstaller tool to remove Flashback Trojan virus from your Mac. However, it is being estimated that roughly 140,000 Macs worldwide are still affected by the Flashback Trojan.

Apple Releases Java Update To Remove FlashBack Trojan

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.”

Apple Working To Counter Flashback Trojan

Flashback Trojan virus has created a headache for Mac users. It has infected more than 600,000 Macs. An anti-virus application is needed to counter Flashback.

Apple Releases New Update To Java

Apple has released its second update in to the OS X implementation of Java. The first update had closed a vulnerability that has led to the infection of more than 600,000 Macs via a trojan horse.

Flashback Trojan Infected Roughly 600,000 Macs

Roughly 600,000 Macs around the world have been infected with a trojan horse virus named “Flashback”. This virus surfaced last year and is believed to have created a bonnet.