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There’s something new brewing in Mac malware development (again). Recent analysis has revealed to us that Trojan-Downloader:OSX/Flashback.C disables the automatic updater component of XProtect, Apple’s built-in OS X anti-malware application. First, Flashback.C decrypts the paths of XProtectUpdater files that are hardcoded in its body: Flashback.C decrypts the path of the plist file of XProtectUpdater Flashback.C […]

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On August 28, 2009, Apple released Snow Leopard. One of new functions added to this version is basic anti-malware tool called “XProtect”. The name is based on the name of one .plist file which contains strings that are necessary for detection. Apple had not provided a name for the tool, so developers made it.  Latest […]

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