No Panic Necessary: Here’s How to Remove Mac Malware and Ransomware

The media is putting the fear of God into Apple users today, dramatically informing them that Apple’s operating system, which is famously immune to most internet virus attacks, was infiltrated by ransomware. Today’s headline is about KeRanger, which is thought to be the very first ransomware attack on Mac. Ransomware is a malware that has…

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New Malware Attacks iPhones Even if Not Jailbroken

Although the iPhone is generally considered safer from viruses and malware than Androids, Apple products are not immune from threats. In2016 we have seen an increase in the number of threats directed specifically to Apple devices. One of the biggest drawbacks to jailbreaking is that it can make your phone or iPad more vulnerable to…

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WireLurker Malware

How to Check If Your iOS Device Infected by WireLurker Malware

It is widely believed security iOS system than Android, but with the popularity of mobile payments, more and more hackers targeting mobile devices. Even iOS was not spared. Yesterday, Palo Alto Networks company released a report said they found a new “WireLurker” malware. However, this is not the traditional Windows or Android malware we known…

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‘AppBuyer’ Malware Steals Apple ID and Password on Jailbroken Devices

Recently, news reports always said iOS jailbreak exists some unknown security risk, and the fact confirms this is true. Palo Alto the Network security research firm reported a new iOS malware called “AppBuyer” last weekend, this malware is affecting the jailbreak devices. As the name suggests it is used to steal the user’s Apple ID…

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