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How to Find Out If Your Mac Was Infected by the Flashback Trojan in One Click [Malware]

Last week, over 600,000 Macs were infected with a new trojan called the Flashback trojan, and even if you've updated your software, you could still be infected. Here's an app that will check your computer for the trojan, and how to remove it if you find you're infected. More »
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