Mac malware targets Apple users with denial of service attack

Dave Neal
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Internet becomes a jungle for Safari users

Well-healed Apple Mac users have been targeted by a wave of malware that causes popups and fake support alerts, perpetrated via a denial of service (DoS) attack method.  "A newly registered scam...

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