Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Remove BackDoor.Flashback.39 that has already compromised over 500 thousand Mac OS X around the globe, do not let your PC into the largest botnet made of Macs

Mac Flashback trojan successfully exploits unpatched vulnerability in Macintosh. The new version of old trojan is known as BackDoor.Flashback.39. It targets vulnerabilities in Java environment, which Apple had failed to patch for its OS X until lately, as it eventually released relevant update.
If you are a Mac OS X user and browse the web, it is critical that you complete your system update with latest version of Java. This can be done by following the routine software update procedure for Mac.
Remarkably, malware watchers have reported the trojan to infect, and establish a botnet of, over 0,5 millions computers. Most of the compromised machines have been registered as residents to USA (over 50%) and Canada (over 20%), with some more than 200 Macs located in a walking distance from the very head-quarter of Apple in Cupertino, CA.
To enhance your Mac security and prevent consequences of untimely updates to your machine, as well as to eventually get rid of BackDoor.Flashback.39 and other viruses, click here to get free scan and proactive protection suite downloaded and installed onto your PC. Please note the trojan, in spite of targeting primarily Mac systems, is compatible with Windows so that whatever type of OS you run the above BackDoor.Flashback.39 removal tool is a valid suggestion.

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