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June 27, 2007



Apple's Mac platform has extended been promoted as safer than the game, but as Mac sales and market portion expand, it's appropriate for a bigger target.
Nowhere is that clearer than with the Flashback Trojan, a gnarly opus of malware designed to sneak intimate data on masquerading as bleeding mainstream browser plug-ins.
Yesterday Russian antivirus callers Dr. Web said that an estimated 600,000 Macs are infrequently infected as a come to pass of users unknowingly installing the software.
So here's a testy FAQ on the Flashback Trojan, including information on what it is, how to forecast if you have it, and steps you can draw to succeed to rid of it.

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