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Symantec claims that the Flashback botnet that infected hundreds of thousands of Mac PCs generated $14,000 in revenues in three weeks, but could have made millions more.
Despite reports earlier in the week that Mac infections from the Flashback malware had been cut down, Dr. Web claims that Flashback has still infected 566,000 Mac PCs.
The number of Mac computers infected with the Flashback malware has fallen from more than 600,000 at its peak to around 140,000, though this drop falls short of Symantec's predictions.
Just a week after the highly publicized Flashback malware was seemingly quashed, Kaspersky Lab has discovered a new Mac Trojan called SabPub. Instructions for removal contained within.
Apple has now released a Java security update for Mac OS X that is designed to get rid of most of the variants of the Flashback malware that infected hundreds of thousands of Mac PCs.
Apple has posted word on its support pages that it is working on a way to remove the Flashback malware that was found on a botnet with Macintosh computers last week.