Malware specially developed for the Apple M1 chip might have been spotted
Based on a statement by macrumors.com, it seems that a malware made specifically for the Apple M1 chip have been spotted. While it seems that the malware is in its early stages, it does show that Apple chips, just like chips from other manufacturers, are not immune to malware attacks.
To go into more detail, the malware called GoSearch22 poses as a legitimate Safari browser to collect user data and information to serve ads and banners. But that’s not all, it seems that antivirus software is not able to detect the aforementioned software.
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