The latest variants of the new Mac malware use particularly dirty tricks to catch out unsuspecting users.
New versions of the latest malware to hit Mac OS X users have come to light, following the discovery earlier this week of fake anti-virus attacks being spread by SEO poisoning.
Cybercriminals have spammed out a malicious attack, posing as a notification from the FBI that you have been visiting illegal websites.
A new Trojan fake anti-virus is in the wild and targeting both Mac and Windows users. Even worse, it is spreading through poisoned Google image searches. Is your Mac protected?
Computer technology is becoming more sophisticated all the time, but it seems that their users are still neanderthals when it comes to being duped by simple social engineering tricks like the promise of naked pictures.
Mike Wood discusses ways to thwart fake anti-virus SEO attacks with a few simple tweaks to your browser.
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