There is a new Safari update scam. I was keyed to this when we found an unintended installation of MacKeeper on a Statesville client’s Macbook Air. MacKeeper is generally an intentional installation by a user who doesn’t truly understand the program but this client was steadfast that she had not done any installations. We, of course, cleaned up her Mac and repaired the Yosemite OS X without any loss of data but it led me to do some more research and I found an article on the Malwarebytes’ blog, Unpacked. Their discussion of the fake Safari update was indicative of our client’s story and what we had found on her system. Be careful for fake updates like these that may appear to be legitimate but rarely are. Our PC clients are generally familiar with these attempts to infect their systems but our Mac clients are more vulnerable due to their unfamiliarity with the signs of malicious “hacks” on the internet. Read the full article at: https://blog.malwarebytes.org/fraud-scam/2015/07/f...