You can try F-Secure Antivirus for Mac for a Free Trial of 30 days only.
But you need to remove the other antivirus on your mac.
If both your Windows and Mac are infected. You need one antivirus for Mac and one antivirus for Windows.
For Antivirus for Windows try trial of 30 days...
Please see my previous post
Unfortunately Dr Web for Light Antivirus for mac now is not a free version.
You have to make a purchase via Apple Apps Store.
I recommend you check this site for known mac malwares...
There are free ones which you can try ....
Known spyware for mac. (Not malware but spywares)
Known Mac Adware ....
If you happen to get the latest Crisis Malware, then you can try Intego Virusbarrier.
See the link here:-
New OSX/Crisis Variant Invokes Pope Francis Posted on January 20th, 2014 by Arnaud Abbati A new sample of OSX/Crisis, the too popular Da Vinci rootkit from Hacking Team, reached our Malware Lab during the weekend. We currently do not have information about the origin of the file on VirusTotal, named “Frantisek,” but it is an Eastern European first name meaning Francis. Could it be related to Pope Francis? Like the previous variants, OSX/Crisis.C is delivered through a dropper that installs silently, without requiring a password, and works on Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, and 10.7. However, Hacking Team has updated some of the dropper code and the backdoor configuration file format. The dropper executes an unusual segment: __INITSTUB. The original entry point EIP points to this code segment before reaching the almost empty _main function of the program. For this reason, an incautious researcher using a debugger could get infected without even noticing it. While it uses a different way to resolve system symbols, it crashes on OS X Mountain Lion or OS X Mavericks (segmentation fault). This might be a 64-bit bug in the malware. Following is a screenshot of the resolved symbols hash of the dropper in IDA: OSX/Crisis.C - screenshot of the resolved symbols hash of the dropper in IDA When the dropper runs successfully, it hides the following files in the user’s home directory (in the Library/Preferences folder), inside a fake application bundle called OvzD7xFr.app: 1 backdoor: 8oTHYMCj.XIl (32-bit) 1 configuration file: ok20utla.3-B 2 kernel extentions: Lft2iRjk.7qa (32-bit) and 3ZPYmgGV.TOA (64-bit) 1 scripting addition: EDr5dvW8.p_w (FAT) 1 XPC service: GARteYof._Fk (FAT) 1 TIFF image, a System Preferences icon, ripped of Linkinus preferences panel: q45tyh Then it executes the backdoor and finishes the installation by creating a LaunchAgent file, com.apple.mdworker.plist. Similar to OSX/Crisis.B, this binary is obfuscated using MPress packer. It doesn’t run on OS X 10.9 as it is linked against the Apple System Profiler private framework, SPSupport, which is now 64-bit only; an “Image not found” exception is raised, and then it crashes. Furthermore, on a supported target, the backdoor simply uninstalls its files and quits. This could be related to a corrupted configuration file (the sample one starts with NULL bytes). Other than a few new tricks, features implemented by the backdoor component are similar to previous variants: it patches the Activity Monitor application to hide itself, takes screenshots, captures audio and video, gathers user locations, connects to WiFi hotspots, syncs collected data with a Command and Control (C&C) server, and tricks the user using social engineering to gain System Administrator privileges and drop its rootkit. At the time of this writing, the overhaul detection rate on VirusTotal is very low. Intego VirusBarrier with up-to-date malware definitions protects Mac users against this malware, detected as OSX/Crisis.C. This entry was posted in Malware and tagged crisis, hacking team, Mac, osx, OSX/Crisis.C, rcs. Bookmark the permalink.
I have to let you know that I did not work for F-Secure. But I can try my best to help you.
You are using Mac OS X 10.9.3. Mavericks.
May I know what Apple computer are you using? iMac, Mac mini, Macbook Air, Macbook Pro???
I come to know that you are currently using Kaspersky.
Did you call Kaspersky tech support for help??? Have you check the Kaspersky support web page??? Like the link below??? Because right now you are on F-Secure forum not Kaspersky....
Have done a full scan on your Kaspersky Antivirus for Mac???
Since you are in the F-Secure forum did you send the infected Davinci file via F-Secure for Analysis....
Click on submit sample to send the infected file over to F-Secure for analysis.
You have to create an account and register in order for you to send the virus infected file to F-Secure for analysis.
If you intend to install F-Secure Antivirus for Mac trial version free for 30 days only.
You need to uninstall Kaspersky Antivirus..
Because you can only use 1 antivirus if you need to run F-secure antivirus for Mac.
You can go to F-Secure chat online. (Provided you are using F-Secure antivirus for Mac)
F-Secure is located in Finland.
The best option, is you recorded it via Video on your camera phone or a Video cam.
If you are innocent.
At least you have proof to back you up.
This is a malware, there is nothing to alarm...
Have you try another antivirus to detect???
Like Intego??? For Instance...
Does the article below fit the discription what you have seen on your Mac???
Because Virus comes with many variants...
You can download the Intego Virusbarrier trial version free for a period of time.
You can go to this link
click on free trial button
enter your email
and wait for intego reply
and download the software from the link given email reply from Intego
and install intego virus barrier
once you have done that
do a "Full Scan"
see if it can detect the malware and remove or delete them.
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