Mac scareware installs without users permission

Posted by aamicus on June 16th, 2011 | No Comments

Hackers have developed scareware that targets Apple Mac computers, the scareware installs without the user entering their password which is usually required before any software can make changes to the system. Previous versions of the scareware that have been released named Macguard required the user to input their password to grant the software the elevated permissions normally needed before any software can be installed.

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