mercredi 26 juillet 2017

Fruitfly malware starts infecting Macs

A new version of the Mac malware dubbed Fruitfly has been spotted in the wild, and it’s unclear if the latest macOS is vulnerable to it or not. This is according to former NSA hacker and chief security researcher at Synack, Patrick Wardle. He told ZDNet that the malware, which was first revealed back in January, can take full control of an infected machine, including files, camera, screen, and peripherals. According to the report, the malware has been found on "hundreds of Macs." Fruitfly has been in existence for a number of years before it was finally uncovered this January, because “current… [Continue Reading]

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