Do Mac viruses exist? In a nutshell, yes. Wondering why? Here’s the thing: lots of people refer to all forms of malicious code as viruses. Strictly speaking, this is a misconception because computer viruses are programs that exhibit self-replication capabilities.
However, there is an aspect that blurs the categorization. Present-day malware can be modular, which means it comes with several components under the same hood. Some of these modules are tasked with contaminating a system, while others perform the propagation part of the job. Additionally . . .