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Law enforcement agents have begun investigating what appears to be rare malicious code attacking Macs, but it is unclear who is behind it.

Patrick Wardle, a former-NSA analyst, said he found about 400 infections, but there’s likely many more as he only had access to a handful of servers used to control the malware, dubbed FruitFly.

Wardle will present his findings at the annual Black Hat conference taking place later this week.

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