Twitter scammers and Mac Viruses

Dr. Web stated on its site that more than 550000 computers running Mac OS X are infected by the Trojan Backdoor.Flashback virus. The site claimed that more than 56 percent or 303449 are in the United States and almost 20

Dr. Web stated on its site that more than 550000 computers running Mac OS X are infected by the Trojan Backdoor.Flashback virus. The site claimed that more than 56 percent or 303449 are in the United States and almost 20

Dr. Web stated on its site that more than 550000 computers running Mac OS X are infected by the Trojan Backdoor.Flashback virus. The site claimed that more than 56 percent or 303449 are in the United States and almost 20 percent or 106379 in Canada.

A new computer virus has popped up, infecting half a million Mac users. The malware is called Flashback. It can make its way into your computer to gain access to user information. This is reportedly the largest attack ever on the Mac operating system.

Flashback.39, or the "Mac Flashback trojan," has returned with a vengeance in recent weeks, now affecting hundreds of thousands of Apple laptops. Ars first reported about the issue on April 2, explaining that anti-virus and