[ad_1] MacOS isn’t immune from malware. Being prepared means understanding the nature of the worst threats a security team is likely to see attacking Macs in the enterprise. 1 of 8 For years, Apple Macintosh users basked in a confident glow of invincibility. It was, as it turns out, the glow from a false light.
[ad_1] A security researcher earned $75,000 for finding a whopping seven zero-days in Safari, three of which can be combined to access the camera. Apple has rewarded a security researcher $75,000 for discovering a total of seven zero-days in the Safari browser. Using only three of these flaws, an intruder could build an attack chain
[ad_1] In two years, the adware-dropping Shlayer Trojan has spread to infect one in 10 MacOS systems, Kaspersky says. Mac users generally tend to be better protected against malware and other online threats than Windows users. That doesn’t mean they are immune, however. Shlayer, a malware tool for distributing unwanted advertisements on MacOS systems, is
[ad_1] Mac computers will now have the option to use Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection’s endpoint and detection response. Microsoft has made its Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) endpoint detection and response (EDR) capabilities available for the Mac operating system, officials confirmed this week, bringing more comprehensive security tools to non-Microsoft platforms. Back in
[ad_1] A wave of new MacOS malware over the past month includes a zero-day exploit and other attack code. A wave of malware targeting MacOS over the past month has raised the profile of the operating system once advertised as much safer than Windows. The newest attack code for the Mac includes three pieces of malware found
[ad_1] Deep Instinct analysts test three code injection methods and a custom-built Mach-O loader to load malicious files from memory. Malware authors often use code injection to hide activity and bypass security defenses. There are several ways to implement code injection techniques, which run malicious code through unsuspected or legitimate system processes. Malware writes part