A new variant of a Mac-focused Trojan horse called MacGuard doesn't require an administrator password during installation. Mac users should be even more vigilant to remain safe.
A new Trojan horse aimed at Macs purports to be virus-scanning software with aim of parting users from their credit card information.
Who doesn't love a good Mac software bundle? Here are three new bundles that combine a bunch of apps at steep discounts.
Intego has released VirusBarrier Plus, a new antivirus and anti-malware tool, to the Mac App Store.
Finnish security firm F-Secure has released a tool to fix problems suffered by users of the company's Mac Protection Technology Preview.
Twitter has been resetting passwords for accounts that started distributing links promoting fake antivirus software.
The annual report from security software maker Intego suggests a modest rise in the sophistication of Mac malware during 2010, though the numbers are still tiny and hard to meaningfully compare to PC equivalents.
Another "sky is falling" announcement about Mac viruses is making the news. You've heard this before--but when has the sky actually fallen?
An uncovered variant of the Boonana Trojan that made the news last week has been identified, but the risk to careful Internet surfers is low.
Sophos, ESET, and Trend Micro have all announced new antivirus products for the Mac. But the question remains: Is there really a threat?