Watering hole attack exploits Java vulnerabilities to infect and spy upon Mac computers.
Be careful watching movies on your Mac – they could come with an unexpected extra feature… malware.
Be sure to install Apple’s critical security update now.
Award-winning security blogger Brian Krebs has shared details of his investigation into who might have been behind Flashback – which hit more than 600,000 Mac computers in early 2012.
The malware threat on Macs is real, and should not be underestimated.
The Mac malware landscape is dominated by fake anti-viruses and false codecs.
Don’t be a dummy – defend your mac with anti-virus software.
A web-based malware attack has been discovered, targeting users of Windows, Mac and Linux.
Although the amount of malware written for different operating systems can vary, it’s becoming increasingly hard to argue that it’s safe to surf the web on any OS without anti-virus protection.
Are you still running Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard?
If so, you have some very important critical security patches to install – helping to protect your Mac from malware threats.
Way to alienate a loyal customerbase, Adobe.
Adobe is making users pay of its Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash Professional products pay hundreds of dollars to fix security flaws.
A new malware attack is targeting Mac computers with a Python-based backdoor Trojan.
And Windows computers aren’t getting away scot free either.
One in every five Mac computers is harbouring some kind of malware, a new study from the experts at Sophos has revealed.
Sophos has revealed a disturbingly high level of malware on Mac computers – with both Windows and Mac threats being discovered.
A new version of the Mac OS X Sabpab Trojan horse has come to light, and rather than relying upon a Java vulnerability – it appears to be exploiting malformed Word documents instead.
More Mac malware has been discovered, capable of giving remote hackers access to your Apple Mac.
Isn’t it time you ran anti-virus software on your Mac?
Malware striking Mac computers is making the headlines again, this time exploiting a vulnerability in Java that has left Apple users dangerously exposed to attack.
The Mac Imuler Trojan uses images of FHM supermodel Irina Shayk to do its dirty work.
New variants of the latest Mac malware – the Tsunami backdoor Trojan – have been discovered.
The sky is not falling, and Mac users should not panic. But it may still be prudent to ensure your computers are protected against this and other Mac threats.