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If you have recently downloaded the popular open source video transcoder app HandBrake on your Mac, there are chances that your computer is infected with a notorious Remote Access Trojan (RAT).
The HandBrake team issued a security alert on Saturday, warning Mac users that one of its mirror servers to download the software has been compromised by hackers.
In case you aren’t aware, HandBrake
After targeting Windows-based computers over the past few years, hackers are now shifting their interest to Macs as well.
The emergence of the first macro-based Word document attack against Apple’s macOS platform is the latest example to prove this.
The concept of Macros dates back to 1990s. You might be familiar with the message that reads: “Warning: This document contains macros.”
Macro is a
Few days after Apple patched the DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE privilege-escalation vulnerability in OS X Yosemite, hackers have their hands on another zero-day bug in its operating system that allows hackers to gain root privileges to Mac computers.
Italian teenager Luca Todesco (@qwertyoruiop) has discovered two unknown zero-day vulnerabilities in Apple’s Mac OS X operating system that could
Hackers have their hands on something of your concern. A severe zero-day vulnerability in the latest, fully patched version of Apple’s Mac OS X is reportedly being exploited in the wild by the hackers.
The vulnerability could allow attackers to install malware and adware onto a target Mac, running OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) operating system, without requiring victims to enter system passwords,