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New variant of Imuler trojan discovered

Posted on September 23rd, 2012 at 5:08 PM EDT

Intego announced the discovery of a new variant of the Imuler trojan on Friday. It is being sent to Tibetan activists via e-mail, much like other recent trojans. The details can be found on their blog, though sensitive eyes should be warned that that page contains some obfuscated profanity found in the e-mail message.
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New variant of Revir/Imuler

Posted on March 15th, 2012 at 4:05 PM EDT

Intego has announced the discovery of a new version of the Revir/Imuler trojan today.  It looks like the trojan is now using the trick of disguising itself as naughty pictures, rather than a PDF file as previous variants did.  However, as per their usual behavior, there is some important information that Intego never mentions in their blog post.
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More broken Mac malware

Posted on September 26th, 2011 at 10:00 AM EDT

There hasn’t been much to say about Mac malware lately.  Since the folks behind the MacDefender trojans got caught and put into Russian prison, things have been quiet.  The last two things I’ve written about since then were a trojan that was Windows-only and a broken Mac trojan.  This weekend, however, changes that streak.  On Friday, F-Secure discovered a new Mac trojan masquerading as a PDF file.
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