Flashback -Solution

How to Tell if We are Infected by Flashback and Its Removal

Flashback -Solution

Yesterday we mentioned in this post that Flashback, a trojan that exploited a vulnerability in Java, had infected many computers (600,000) Mac To avoid this problem might occur had left a security patch for Java also discussed yesterday. In the comments I wrote more about how to tell if your Mac was affected by Flashback and how to fix it , but I think it best to clarify in an additional entry. Also at the end of the post we see what does and what steps is Flashback.

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Hacker Cluster Anonymous Claims to eat "Apple" 1

Hacker Cluster Anonymous Claims to eat “Apple”

Hacker Cluster Anonymous Claims to eat "Apple" 2Hacker cluster Anonymous claims it’s hacked one among Apple’s servers and posted usernames and passwords to prove it on their Twitter account, along with a warning that Apple may well be a target of 1 of their attacks.

“Not being thus serious, however well (…) #Apple may well be target, too. however don’t worry, we tend to are busy elsewhere”, tweeted @AnonymousIRC, along with a link that results in a text file on Pastebin that apparently contains the user names and passwords from an SQL database table on one among Apple’s servers.”

The site in question (currently offline) is an Apple Business Intelligence web site, and also the database is expounded to a survey on the location.

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