Almost two years have passed since the appearance of Shlayer, a piece of Mac malware that gets installed by tricking targets into installing fake Adobe Flash updates. It usually does so after promising pirated videos, which are also fake. The lure may be trite and easy to spot, but Shlayer continues to be common—so much so that its the number one threat encountered by users of Kaspersky Labs antivirus programs for macOS. Since Shalyer first came to light in February 2018, Kaspersky Lab...

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