OSX Dok is the most recent malware affecting Apple Mac devices that uses the Mac OS operating systems - all versions. Basically OSX/Dok target users email account and execute malicious codes from an attachment called Dokument.zip. The OSX Dok phishing scam is a deliberate cyber war campaign that attack Apple computers via unsolicited emails.
Once the email attachment is opened, the infected payload automatically propagate itself throughout the user's profile and operating system, then move on to monitor network traffic, system use and user keystrokes by elevating its security priviledges.
OSX Dok behaves like a latent malware strain, meaning that it attempts to take on normal Mac OS operations to fool unsuspecting users while at the same time, remaining covert about its true intentions - minimum cause for alarm.
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