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#BlackHat: Java malware exploits type confusion vulnerability
Type confusion is the 'most essential' aspect of Java security.
Jul 30 2012 10:37AM
Apple admits OS X not invulnerable to malware
Important "baby steps".
Jun 18 2012 8:42AM
Mac Flashback made $600, not $10k a day
But it could have, Symantec says.
May 18 2012 6:54AM
Mac Flashback hijacked $10k a day: Symantec
Click-fraud scheme about the revenue.
May 2 2012 9:52AM
Number of infected Macs flashbacks to 650000
Security firms trapped in tarpit.
Apr 24 2012 9:03AM
Wordpress a vector for Flashback
iFrames used to infect users.
Apr 23 2012 7:29AM
140000 Flashback-infected computers remain
About 75 per cent of Macs freed from botnet slavery.
Apr 19 2012 6:49AM
Apple patch to purge Flashback infections
Disables Java by default.
Apr 16 2012 11:40AM
Apple update kills Flashback, Java
Apple patch wipes out trojan.
Apr 16 2012 9:17AM
Sluggish Apple strikes at Flashback
Flashback removal tool planned as malware storm subsides.
Apr 12 2012 2:36AM
Flashback botnet shrinks to half size
But experts say decline may not be rapid.
Apr 11 2012 7:22AM
Apple releases second Flashback patch
Trojan infects more than 32,000 Australian machines.
Apr 10 2012 1:46PM
Apple update quells Flashback
Apple hacker says Mac users should get anti-virus.
Apr 8 2012 7:10PM
33,000 Australian Macs are botnet slaves
So you thought you were safe?
Apr 5 2012 3:44PM
Apple updates Java after malware spreads
Lion, Snow Leopard patched.
Apr 4 2012 3:37PM
Flashback.G malware makes mark on Macs
Researchers point to rise in infections.
Feb 27 2012 4:47PM
Flash malware disables OS X defenses
Trojan disables Apple's in-built protection.
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Mac malware disables OS X defenses
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SanDisk offers backup with FlashBack
SanDisk has unveiled its new FlashBack adaptor at the CeBIT show in Hanover designed to provide a simple and quick backup option for notebook users..
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