Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 25th May 2011 17:02 UTC, submitted by kaiwai
Mac OS X Well, it took them long enough. Apple has finally acknowledged the existence of the MAC Defender trojan, and has offered removal instructions. The company has also promised a security update to Mac OS X that will block MAC Defender and its variants from working. All this information was published in the form of a support document on Apple's website. Update: Well, that was fast. A new variant of the trojan, called Mac Guard, has been discovered. Unlike previous variants, this one does not require users to enter their administrative password.
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RE[5]: :)
by SteveB on Thu 26th May 2011 15:22 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: :)"
SteveB
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2005-07-10

Hey now, it's not polite to lie in public comment areas.
LOL. But you are right. I can impossible talk for all of us. But for me it's sure that I have nothing against him for using a Mac. He can use whatever he like. I don't care. As long as I am not forced to use it.

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