[/sciencetech/apple/index.html Apple]has long prided itself on being less vulnerable to viruses and other malware - but this could be about to change.
Security firm Bitdefender Labs has found evidence of malware designed for casting database Macs created by the same group thought to be behind the [/news/hillary_clinton/index.html Hillary Clinton] email leaks.
The malware is by APT28, a hacking group with alleged links to the [/news/russia/index.html Russian]intelligence services.
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Apple has long prided itself on being less vulnerable to viruses and other malware, but this could be about to change, with the discovery of the X-Agent malware on Mac OS
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS sciencetech" data-version="2" id="mol-080f1d20-f42e-11e6-8704-a5cf9a517631" website tool believed to be behind Clinton leaks could be on your Mac