Apple computers are now insecure to viruses
Silicon Valley: During the last few months, consumers of Apple Macintosh computers were particularly satisfied with ransomware attacks and increasing kidnapping of valuable computer data because these attacks only target Windows operating systems, but It looks as if his happiness is just a few days’ guest.
The cyber security experts, who look at the crime and criminals on the internet, the “Dark Web”, have warned that such rare software has been kept for sale in this dark world of internet, aimed at affecting Apple Macintosh computers. Doing and hosting the data stored on them.
It is clear that this year a US drone attack was launched on a computer, but due to its minority intensity and very low loss, he did not create a place in global news, but at the same time cyber security experts have risen at the same time. Was it
Since Apple Macintosh has already been hit by hackers in the past while very few viruses have been made to infect these computers, so it was common that the “Mac OS” (Macintosh Operating System) There is no special requirement for anti-virus or other similar security programs, but after the launch of ‘MacSpy’ and ‘Mac Renaissance’ on the web web, spyware and rendering software has increased the risk for Apple Macintosh users.
In the past, the hackers working behind those who targeted Windows and other Microsoft products etc. used to say that they are against Microsoft’s monopoly and that’s why they are doing everything, but cyber security experts say Apple Renaissance software designed for attacks on Macintosh computers is specially designed under different thinking.
Apple Macintosh is counted in the world’s expensive computers that can only use rich and wealthy people, whereas they can pay more than other users in case of data hacking. Often this is the thought under which Renaissance, Spyware, and Viruses are also developed for Apple Macintosh.
The more worried thing is that such dangerous programs are also openly open on “Dark Web”, which seems to be a major virus attack on Apple Macintosh computers in the future.