Intego on Thursday issued a security warning to its customers for the first Trojan horse to affect Mac OS X. Dubbed MP3Concept (MP3Virus.Gen), the Trojan horse exploits a weakness in Mac OS X where applications can appear to be other types of files, according to the company. Apple on Friday responded saying they are aware of the issue outlined by Intego and that they were investigating. Although this is the first OS X-related Trojan Horse, developers of Mac anti-virus software applications have already laid plans to combat such problems. Read the full story...
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