Sabpab Trojan: Mac Users Have Another Foe To Look Out For
By: Courteney Palis, Huffington Post
If you have yet to equip your Mac with Apple's latest Java update to protect it from the Flashback trojan said to infect over 600,000 devices, now might be a good time to do it. Apparently, there's another trojan making rounds on unprotected Macs.
Graham Cluley, a senior technology consultant at computer security firm Sophos explained in an April 13 blog post that this new backdoor trojan, dubbed "Sabpab," connects to a control server using HTTP and follows the orders of hackers who can enter a victim's computer, upload and download files, run commands and take screenshots.