Mac Computers Target of Trojan Hovdy-A
Experts at SophosLabs, Sophos' center for analysis of world network of spyware, virus and spam are warning Apple Mac users to make sure they are sufficiently protecting their computers, since a new Trojan horse is targeting the Mac OS X platform. InfoZine published this in news on June 24, 2008.
According to the security researchers, the Trojan, dubbed OSX/Hovdy-A, is designed to infect Mac OS X computers in order to steal passwords, disable security systems, and open firewall for hackers to gain access to the system.
In a statement, Senior Technology Consultant Carole Theriault at Sophos said that although malware authors and hackers target ...
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