Crisis malware lets attackers install without an administrator password and intercept email, IM, and other communications.
Mac users, beware new malware targeting Apple OS X systems that's disguised as an Adobe Flash Player installer.
That warning comes via antivirus software vendor Kaspersky Lab, which said it first spotted the Crisis malware--also known as Morcut--last week.
While not widespread, the malware's ability to intercept email and IM, among other features, demonstrates that malicious applications written to target Macs can be just as powerful as malware that comes gunning for PCs.
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