List of Known Malware Against Apple Computers

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To date, there are about 50 known malware agents against Apple computers. Cubicle Warrior will update the list as more of these pop up.

  • Wirelurker (Machook), November 2014
    • Affected users of the Maiyadi App Store, a third party app store primarily for Chinese apps, usually pirated
  • Ventir, October 2014
    • Only dangerous for users running as root, or who execute a binary file on the Terminal through sudo.
  • iWorm, September 2014
    • Only dangerous if the user has downloaded a dropper app that has implanted a C2 file in /Library/Application Support/JavaW
  • XSLCmd, September 2014
    • Ported from Linux to OS X, probably via physical access from a share drive, USB drive, etc.
  • CoinThief, February 2014
    • Malware disguised as a legitimate BitCoin app
  • LaoShu, January 2014
    • Trojan delivered via fake delivery e-mail service to download a PDF
  • Icefog, September 2013
    • Trojan disguised as freeware graphics app
  • Leverage, September 2013
    • Trojan disguised as image file
  • ClickAgent, August 2013
    • Malicious Safari extension pretending to be an Adobe Flash Player
  • Janicab, July 2013
  • KitM, May 2013
  • Minesteal, March 2013
  • CallMe, February 2013
  • Pintsized, January 2013
  • SMSSend, December 2012
  • Dockster, November 2012
  • Jacksbot, October 2012
  • NetWeird (Wirenet), August 2012
  • Crisis (DaVinci), July 2012
  • GetShell (SET.gen), July 2012
  • Maljava, April 2012
  • FkCodec/ Codec-M, April 2012
  • Sabpab, April 2012
  • Tibet (MacControl), March 2012
  • Filesteal (KitM), January 2012
  • Finfisher, November 2011
  • DevilRobber (Miner-D), October 2011
  • Flashback, September 2011
  • Revir, September 2011
  • QHost (HostMod-A), August 2011
  • MacDefender (MacSecurity), April 2011
  • BlackHole RAT, February 2011
  • Koobface, October 2010
  • OpinionSpy, June 2010
  • HellRTS (Pinhead), April 2010
  • Tored, June 2009
  • iServices, March 2009
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