A new Trojan has cropped up and it's targeting Mac OS X users, one security firm says.
According to Sophos, the Trojan, called "BlackHole RAT" by its author and "MusMinim" by the security firm, is a variant of the Remote Access Trojan on Windows. The author of the Trojan says the malware is not yet completed, but it already does some annoying things.
Overall, Sophos believes that the prevalence of the Trojan is relatively low. The malware can be removed by using antivirus software.
If a Mac becomes infected, the Trojan places text files on … Read more