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macOS malware includes viruses, trojan horses, worms and other types of malware that affect.

Early examples of macOS malware include Leap ( discovered in 2006, also known as.

Lamadai – Java vulnerability; Appetite – Trojan horse targeting government organizations; Coin Thief – It stole bitcoin login credentials.

A new Mac trojan, named OSX/CoinThief.A by SecureMac, has been discovered. This malware is designed to steal Bitcoins from infected machines, and is disguised as an app intended to be used for sending and receiving Bitcoin payments.

SecureMac has discovered a new Trojan Horse called OSX/CoinThief.A, which targets Mac OS X and spies on web traffic to steal Bitcoins. This malware has been found in the wild, and there are multiple user reports of stolen Bitcoins.

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CoinThief was discovered in 2014 stealing money from victims. Upon infecting an OS X system, it will spy on the user's web browsing traffic and access login.

27 Feb 2014.

ESET malware experts have discovered that CoinThief is being spread via P2P file-sharing networks, disguised as cracked versions of the.

25 Feb 2014.

The malware, OSX/CoinThief, was first discovered earlier this month by researchers at SecureMac, and was found to steal login credentials.

Another variant of the recently discovered Mac Trojan "OSX/CoinThief" is found to be hosted on two popular download websites Download.com and MacUpdate.com.CoinThief malware is designed to steal Bitcoins login credentials from victim as well as Mac’s username and UUID(unique identifier), also collects information about the list of Bitcoin related apps installed on the system.

21 Nov 2017.

The previous iteration of Proton malware, discovered in October, had.

and completely remove CoinThief from the preinstalled software you.

An anonymous reader writes "SecureMac.com has discovered a new trojan horse for Mac OS X called OSX/CoinThief.A, which spies on web traffic to steal Bitcoins. This malware has been found in the wild, along with numerous reports of stolen coins.

10 Feb 2014.

'CoinThief' Mac Malware Steals Bitcoins From Your Wallet.

Update: Versions of the malware have been found with numerous different names.

SecureMac has discovered a new Trojan Horse called OSX/CoinThief.A, which targets Mac OS X and spies on web traffic to steal Bitcoins. This malware has been found in the wild, and there are multiple user reports of stolen Bitcoins. The malware, which comes disguised as an app to send and receive payments on Bitcoin Stealth Addresses, instead.

10/02/2014  · SecureMac says it has discovered a new Trojan Horse called OSX/CoinThief.A, which targets Mac OS X and spies on web traffic to steal Bitcoins. This malware has been found in the wild, and there are multiple user reports of stolen Bitcoins.