Apple is developing a tool to detect and remove the Flashback Trojan that has infected over 600,000 Macs. In the meantime, here are some alternatives for both detecting and removing the malware.
Apple recently responded to the Flashback trojan that has reportedly infected at least 600,000 Macs. The Cupertino company said that it is working on an antivirus tool to detect and remove Flashback from infected computers. Another ... Read Post
A week after the Flashback trojan hit Mac users, Apple is announcing that it's "developing software that will detect and remove the Flashback malware." And, going one step further, the company is working with ISPs to find and disabl... Read Post