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A recent phishing scam has targeted Mac users, which claimed their computers were infected with a virus. It redirects users to fakes websites to download Mac Defender, suggested to be an “anti-virus” software which in fact is malware. The goal is to get the user’s credit card information which may be used for fraudulent purposes. Apple officially acknowledged the issue yesterday, and posted instructions on how to remove Mac Defender malware and news on future OS X software update.

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Trojans and malware apps are a common thing, and we’ve seen several of them on Android OS, but now we have a new Trojan that works bit differently than the rest. The latest Trojan to arrive comes disguised as an app called Walk and Text v1.3.7. You may have come across it before, this app can be purchased from the Android Market but in case you decide to run it, you might get a nasty new Trojan.

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It seems that Google Android users are having trouble with malware once again. Few days ago, Google used its kill switch to remove 260 000 malware apps, but it seems that wasn’t enough to stop the malware users and apps.

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If you’re using Twitter and if you’re opening all sorts of links without checking you might get infected by the latest malware. This malware comes in the form of a fake antivirus software named Security Shield, and as soon as you install it, you’ll infect your computer with a virus.

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In a recent scenario, Vodafone was held responsible for supplying a Mariposa botnet malware and other threats on HTC Magic Android Smartphones. It was noticed that a smartphone supplied by Vodafone’s Spanish division was attempting to make a backdoor entry into the systems during the synchronization process to steal critical information.

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The news became widespread as the customer affected is an employee of Spanish anti-virus firm Panda Security. The extra code had been devised to generate information from systems not concerned with the recent detaining of three suspected botmasters in Spain. However, Vodafone acknowledged the problem and claimed it to be a totally isolated incident.

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You and I may not be thinking about it as we cheerfully type away on our Mac keyboards but actually our Apple keyboards are highly vulnerable to tweaks and malicious attacks, one honest hacker recently revealed.

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