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20
Sep
2012

Six months ago, Flashback was attracting a lot of attention from researchers and media due to its wide spread and interesting features. Since then, we have witnessed its operator abandoning control of the botnet by shutting down its latest command and control server. This happened in May this year. The number of infected systems has […]

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27
Jul
2012

Symantec – A new Macintosh malware is making the rounds.For the first half of 2012, we have seen an increase in the number of Mac-based threats: variant OSX.Flashback.K appeared, newly discovered OSX.Sabpab, and OSX.Macontrol with a new variant.As we begin the second half of 2012, we would like to introduce you to a new instance […]

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If you were to compare the percentage of Mac users with the percentage of Windows users, the Windows user base still eclipses the Mac user base by a large margin. At the time of this blog post, one usage statistics aggregator reports on its website that the Windows market share is a commanding 84.13 percent […]

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