Gone are the days when the Mac was a virtually virus-proof machine. This fact was cemented with the Flashback trojan outbreak that infected over 600,000 machines at its peak. Apple and anti-virus firms have since released patches and trojan removal tools to helps users get rid of the virus.
But the attacks are far from over. Security firm Intego recently discovered a new variant of Flashback, which it has dubbed as Flashback.S. Intego explains that it's a more dangerous strain because it's stealthier and installs automatically without prompting the user for a password.