We saw a few weeks ago, the story of malware called Flashback that has affected thousands of Mac devices in the U.S. and Canada by exploiting a flaw in the flash player to sneak into the operating system OS X.FlashBack has become more important to the virus never before seen in a Macenvironment and has put a serious question mark on the safety of the OS.
But Flashback led, according to a statement from Symantec revenue by $ 10,000 per day to its creators.When a user owner of a Mac "infected" view of advertising on Google, the malware analyzes the request and replaces the website going to grab advertising revenue at the expense of the search engine.
Symantec has analyzed what happens in this process and found that when a user performs a click on an advertisement, the click that generates a value of 8 cents, they are redirected to the web site affiliated with the manufacturers of Flashback.This causes a loss of revenue for Google and large sums of money to the producers of this malware.
Since hundreds of thousands of users have been infected, the number "robbed" in this manner may be of the order of $ 10,000 per day.Flashback is used to enter on OS X, a flaw found in Flash, which was then placed by Apple through an update released after three weeks.
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