Apple Mac OS X isn't as secure as touted, says Researchers

Mac OS X is widely considered as the most secure operating system around. But is it really as secure as Apple and its supporters want us to believe? You might be surprised to know that Mac OS X isn't nearly as secure as the company want to believe us, said Roger Halbheer. Security researchers at Sophos found […]

Mac OS X is widely considered as the most secure operating system around. But is it really as secure as Apple and its supporters want us to believe? You might be surprised to know that Mac OS X isn't nearly as secure as the company want to believe us, said Roger Halbheer. Security researchers at Sophos found an updated version of malware that targets Mac OS X users. The outbreak is a new variant of the Jahlav Trojan, which is disguised as an Active X video codec on a pornographic Website. Once downloaded, the Trojan will attempt to download other malicious files from the Web. And now finally Apple arrived in today’s world: Apple Acknowledges OS X Malware and on their website.

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