Tsunami Trojan Hijacks Mac OS X to Launch DDoS Attacks, Remote Access

Formerly a Linux backdoor, the Tsunami Trojan targets Macs to launch denial-of-service attacks. Attackers can download additional malware and remotely access infected Macs. – Malware authors have ported
a Trojan originally written for Linux systems to hijack Mac OS X systems,
security researchers found. Once compromised, the Macs could be used to launch
denial-of-service attacks.
The Tsunami Trojan works by
latching onto a host. Tsunami appears to be derived from K…