Malware targeting Apple’s OS X unveiled

The number of reported vulnerabilities in OS X software almost tripled during 2015, as Apple’s rising market share made it more lucrative for malware authors to write OS X malware. AlienVault researchers have analysed some of the main strains of OS X malware which contributed to this sharp rise, including Mask, a sophisticated malware used for cyber espionage, and OceanLotus, that was discovered last year and found to be attacking Chinese government infrastructure.

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