Thursday, June 26, 2008

MAC Security Breach is taking pictures!


NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! MAC is supposed to be all powerful and all knowing! How could it be that a Trojan horse has been created? The AppleScript THT Trojan horse is "capable of logging ketstrokes, taking screenshots, turning on file sharing and even taking a picture using the built-in Apple iSight camera." This means that if your Mac starts acting crazy, then be ready to SMILE!


At this moment, if you're starting to freak out because it feels like no computer is safe from the clutches of Darth Virus (get it? Darth Virus instead of Darth Vader! I thought it was funny. . . ), then take a chill pill (someone needs to bring it back). The virus can only be activated if you download and execute it. This means that you need to be careful of what you download. (If you didn't already know that, then WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN.)

Most computer users have been educated at some point that downloading unknown files from unknown people can be dangerous. It's like picking something up from the ground that looks like candy and putting it in your mouth. We have all done that at one point in our lives, but that moment was when we were toddlers. If you are reading this, then you are not a toddler. Unless you are some super baby genius, but we live in reality and not movies.

Back to the point, be careful Mac users because a Trojan is out there to take your picture and virtually stalk you. As if we don't have enough problems with real life stalkers.

3 comments:

Olly said...

I have the mental age of a toddler. Does that mean I can download what I like and if things go wrong, people will just say "awwww, isn't he sweet"?

Carolyn said...

I'm sorry but people will just wonder how you lost brain cells as you got older to have the mental age of a toddler.
Maybe when using a computer, you should have adult supervision. ;-)

Olly said...

I lost them through a combination of drinking too much and thinking too much. And you're right, I probably do need adult supervision.