A researcher is claiming that he has created a Mac OS X worm which was able to infect 1,500 systems in his controlled network. The worm, unfortunately named Rape.osx, uses a "vulnerability in mDSNResponder" that will not be undisclosed until they finish their work and they get paid their thirty pieces of silver. [Sunnet Beskerming via Slashdot]
OS X worm?
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