Mac antimalware training
Apple customers believe that no adversaries can hack their personal data or access important files. We bust this myth about perfectly secure MacOS devices! During our Security Awareness training, we demonstrate how anyone can break this system.
Recently we have conducted such training for our customer with a thousand Mac-based computers. Our Antimalware team presented the most common case scenarios of a malware getting on Mac computers and shared
MITRE Corporation has published
Mac attacks are more specific and dangerous in comparison to other OS. There are more Windows users, however, MacOS hacking cases are more target oriented. At ZERODIUM the price for Mac vulnerabilities is much lower than for Windows. The main aim is to receive access to confidential information.
A well-known is the case about
In fact, a lot of Safari extensions contain malicious code. Most of them replace user search queries with own fake search URLs, in this way they collect personal data and
Most MacOS 10.14 security mechanisms can be easily bypassed with the price of
View Antimalware MacOS training presentation here.
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