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Keydnap malware opens backdoor, goes after passwords in OS X keychain

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    ESET researchers have revealed the existence of another new piece of malware aimed at Mac machines and users: Keydnap. Keydnap has the ability to steal passwords and keys stored in the victim’s OS X keychain, and to establish a permanent backdoor into the system, allowing the attacker to update the malware or uninstall it, download and execute files and Python scripts from a URL, and request administrator privileges the next time the user runs an … More →

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