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A sneaky macOS backdoor that allows attackers to remotely control infected machines has been hiding in trojanized applications for the platform that are hosted on Chinese websites. The “.fseventsd” binary bears some resemblance to known malware baddies, but adds a new layer of stealth that sets it apart. Researchers from Jamf Threat Labs discovered the […]

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Researchers have pulled back the curtain on an updated version of an Apple macOS malware called RustBucket that comes with improved capabilities to establish persistence and avoid detection by security software. “This variant of RustBucket, a malware family that targets macOS systems, adds persistence capabilities not previously observed,” Elastic Security Labs researchers said in a […]

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A now-patched macOS vulnerability allows attackers with root access to bypass a kernel-level security feature that prevents malicious software from modifying protected files and folders on a Mac. Microsoft dubbed the vulnerability “Migraine” since it involves the macOS data transfer feature Migration Assistant. Apple desktop computers for a decade now have limited malware damage by […]

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