Mac Threat Detections on the Rise in 2019 According to

Feb 11, 2020 Major Threats That Mac Virus Protection Can Prevent Mac Spyware and Adware Spyware such as OSX/KitM.A is troubling because it looks like it's signed with a valid Apple Developer ID, giving the malware the ability to get past Gatekeeper. This spyware takes screen shots and stores them in a MacApps folder on the computer, though it doesn't appear that information is sent to any third party. List of Mac viruses, malware and security flaws - Macworld UK

Threats to macOS users | Securelist

Mac Cyber Security Threats You Should Know About in 2019 In this article, I’m going to explain a little bit about Mac Cyber Security threats that you should know in 2019. Mac users are often guilty of being rather careless when it comes to securing their devices from online threats. But they are not to blame; macOS is often touted as the kind of system that’s impenetrable and thus safe from breaches. Mac threats are growing faster than their Windows

Mac users should be especially wary of ad scams. Since 2010, Macs have steadily become less safe. One option is to add extra security. Malwarebytes, for example, offers consumers free protection with Anti-Malware for Mac. There’s an average of 11 threats per every mac device.

Mac OS X users pay significantly more for protection than Windows users, protection so far they have needed only in theory or "just in case" a big new threat appears. People are getting wise to this. Shlayer Mac Malware Returns with Extra Sneakiness | Threatpost