Posted by: David Harley | January 17, 2012

F-Secure’s summary of 2011 Mac Malware

F-Secure have published details of the OS X malware the company has been tracking in the last three quarters of 2011. Fifty-eight instances, according to the blog post at Mac Malware Summary 2011 (Q2/Q3/Q4).

I haven’t yet looked at the spreadsheet that contains the detail – that, you may remember, is where the Devil(robber) is – but I’ll probably comment more when I’ve had the chance to. In the meantime, this has to be worth reading if you’re at all interested in Mac malware (and why are you here if you’re not?).

David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP
Mac Virus/Small Blue-Green World/AVIEN

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