According to F-Secure, 58 new Mac threats were found between April and December of last year.
"'That's nothing when compared to Windows malware -- but it's definitely something when compared to the number of Mac threats seen prior to 2011,' F-Secure said in a blog post," writes IT PRO's Tom Brewster.
"Most of the new Mac threats were Trojan-downloaders, with 29 appearing over the nine month period," Brewster writes. "Backdoors came in second on 15, with Trojans and rogue AV taking seven each."
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