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More Information About the Koobface Trojan Horse for Mac Posted on October 29th, 2010 by Intego's researchers have been examining the OSX/Koobface.A Trojan horse for some time, and the company provided some information about this Trojan horse. Following a number of questions, Intego would like to present some additional information about this Trojan horse. This malware, unlike what one company claims, is not a 'critical' risk, for several reasons. The level of risk for any given malware depends on several criteria, and this risk is fluid. As time changes, the risk level can increase or decrease depending on how common the malware is, whether new variants appear, and other conditions. First of all, OSX/Koobface.A is not very widespread. While there is evidence that a handful of Mac users have been infected, there is no evidence to suggest that there is any large number of infections.
(We're only looking at infections to Mac users; since the Trojan horse can infect Windows and Linux users as well, it is very possible that there are more infections occurring on those platforms, especially Windows.) Second, the malware is flawed, and does not work correctly in all situations. Intego's researchers have not been able to found it to be operable on Macs running Mac OS X 10.6. In addition, the presence of a Java alert, and the appearance of an installer asking for an administrator's password, show that the installation does not occur surreptitiously. Finally, the installer for this malware contacts a number of remote servers to download files. The installer contacts 5 servers at a time until one responds. Intego has isolated dozens of servers that are contacted, yet all but one of them seem to be currently off line. (This does not mean that these servers will not come back on line, or that future variants of this malware will not contact other servers.) In addition to the servers used to provide elements installed on Macs, one part of the malware contacts IRC servers.
As of today, all the IRC servers contacted have been blacklisted and are off line. Concerning the files that are installed, there is a combination of Java files for the malware's main operation, together with Mac, Windows and Linux files. Some files are archives containing Java classes or other Windows or Mac files. The following is a list of files downloaded: cad.scp cplibs.zip cplibx86osx.tnw cplibx86win.klf jnana.pix jnana.tsa NirCmd.chm nircmd.exe nircmd.zip nircmdc.exe ofex.avi ofex.exe ofex.zip OSXDriverUpdates.tar paxwintl paxwintl.zip pex.bsl rawpct rawpct.zip RingOnRequest.lock rvwop rvwop.zip VFxdSys.exe VfxdSys.zip VfxdSysAdm.exe WinStart.exe WinStart.zip One of the Java classes found in the above archives is called FaceBookWorm.class. Intego has no doubt that there will be variants of this malware in the future, but for now, the threat is minimal. Intego's Virus Monitoring Center is remaining vigilant in order to detect any new variants that may cause serious threats to Mac users.
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Apple Updates XProtect Malware Definitions for Trojan OSX/Snake.A Posted on April 25th, 2018 by Nearly one year after the discovery of a macOS Trojan, identified as, Apple has issued an update to its XProtect malware definitions to provide rudimentary protection against this Mac threat. This update brings Apple’s Malware Removal Tool (MRT.app) to version 1.32, and detects the macOS Snake variant as OSX.4e36ae6. Apple also added detection for a piece of malware it identifies as OSX.127eaa6. In early May 2017, security researchers discovered that malware known by the names Snake, Turla, and Uroburos was ported from Windows to Mac. The Mac version of the malware was found inside a compromised Abode Flash Player installer or embedded in compromised torrent files posing as legitimate software.
This offers a fresh reminder that you should steer clear of BitTorrent as these sites are a. RELATED: It's important to note that Apple's XProtect system provides only basic protection against certain Mac threats. It does not offer, nor does it protect against Windows malware or phishing attacks, and it lacks the layered protection that full-featured can provide.
While security updates from Apple are always welcome, it's clear that Apple does not protect against every known threat and often doesn't release updates in the most timely manner. One year before Apple's MRT app received updates to protect against OSX.4e36ae6 malware, Intego already began detecting this threat as OSX/Snake. This entry was posted in and tagged,. Bookmark the.