This hasn't been a good month for Mac OS X security. Less than two weeks after the Flashback Mac Trojan infected over 600,000 computers, researchers have discovered two new Trojans built to attack Apple's operating system, reports PC World.
The two Trojans were born of the same strain: SabPub. According to PC World only one of the strains, Backdoor.OSX.SabPub.a, is dangerous, as it "spreads through Java exploits on websites, and allows for control of affected systems." While the other one is a more dormant, old-school Trojan that gets sent around via email.
[via PC World]