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MacKeeper threatens young critic with a harassment suit

I haven’t checked out MacKeeper personally, but its name keeps coming up in various contexts, and not usually in a context that inspires confidence. And I can’t help but notice that many of the requests for advice I receive are from people using it. 233 more words

Graham Cluley

iTunes 'virus' scam: Only (don't) Connect

Graham Cluley writes for ESET that Scammers claim there is a virus in Apple’s iTunes database. He’s referring to a tweet by Fujitsu’s@Bry_Campbell quoting a scammer’s claim that victim’s must ‘re-validate’ their accounts due to a ‘virus’ in the database. 101 more words

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InstallCore strikes again

Graham Cluley, writing for Intego, reports Mac Users Attacked Again by Fake Adobe Flash Update. Intego identifies the rogue installer as a variant of OSX/InstallCore. 53 more words

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FBI: Apple, you're Dismissed...

In case you hadn’t noticed, the FBI claims it has now accessed encrypted data on the San Bernardino phone, and has apparently asked for the order forcing Apple to cooperate to be vacated. 165 more words

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.OM sweet .OM

Further to the story I posted yesterday – Hackers assume the Lotus position – Graham Cluley has posted some useful commentary for Intego.

Type a URL Wrong, and You Might End up with Malware on Your Mac

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HackingTeam part 2

Here’s a little more commentary by Graham Cluley for the Intego blog on the HackingTeam (or maybe not) resurgent malware.

Hacked Spyware Company Seems to Have Released More Mac Malware… 71 more words

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