Attackers are using phishing sites and search engine ads to trick victims into downloading the malware, highlighting the importance of verifying the authenticity of downloaded programs.

Mac Users Targeted in New Malvertising Campaign Delivering Atomic Stealer

Malicious ads are targeting Mac users and tricking them into downloading a fake app. The malware is a new version of the Atomic Stealer for Mac, which steals data from victims. The attackers use ads on search engines, like Google, to redirect users to phishing pages. The downloaded file prompts users for their password in a continuous loop to steal their data. Mac users should be cautious and verify the origins of any new program they download. Running antivirus software with real-time protection can help block malware.

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