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Before we begin, it’s worth recognising that malware on the Mac is a subject which raises strong emotions.
There are some who believe that the problem is overhyped (or even non-existent!
In late 2010, I wrote a short history of Apple Mac malware.
Since then there have been some significant developments, so here’s a revised and updated version.
It appears that the first Hyper Card virus was written in 1988.
Running on early versions of Apple’s Mac OS, one Hyper Card virus displayed a message about Michael Dukakis’s US presidential bid before self-destructing: "Greetings from the Hyper Avenger! I was created by a mischievous 14 year old, and am completely harmless. Peace on earth and have a nice day" The MDEF virus (aka Garfield) emerged, infecting application and system files on the Mac.
Source code for n VIR was later made available, causing a rash of variants for the Mac platform.
In response, the first anti-virus products for Mac – some free, some commercial – began to emerge.
You could measure how good your anti-virus software was by how quickly and seriously it responded to the macro virus threat.In the same year, Sevendust, also known as 666, infected applications on Apple Mac computers.Big changes to the Mac malware scene were just around the corner, however, with the release of Mac OS X – a whole new version of the operating system which would mean that much of the old malware would no longer be capable of running.1991 HC (also known as Two Tunes or Three Tunes) was a Hyper Card virus discovered in Holland and Belgium in March 1991.On German language versions of the operating system it would play German folk tunes and display messages such as “Hey, what are you doing? Microsoft accidentally shipped the first ever Word macro virus, Concept, on CD ROM.