[app_combo] [app_services select="Select a Service"] [app_service_providers show="Select a Provider"] [app_monthly_schedule require_provider="1"] [app_confirmation] [app_thank_you]Your appointment has been confirmed. You should receive an email at the address provided momentarily. You can view your appointments by going to MY Appointments[/app_thank_you] [/app_combo]   Looking to book an appointment for next month? Click Here


We're currently open.
Mon. - Fri.
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
10:00 am - 2:00 pm


1909-F E Fire Tower Road Greenville, NC

Phone | Hours | Locations

There is a Mac Trojan that is spreading via a known security vulnerability in Java within Mac OS X. Apple has patched the vulnerability but that does not mean you may not be infected.

This particular variant is Trojan-Downloader:OSX/Flashback.I according to F-Secure.

According to F-Secure – Trojan-Downloader:OSX/Flashback.I connects to a remote site to download its payload; on successful infection, the malware modifies targeted webpages displayed in the web browser.

In other words, it is a browser high-jacker.

Macs are commonly known to not have major issues with virus and malware infections  due to several factors which I will not get into right now – but regardless of what you think about Macs this is a serious issue as there have been many reports of this infection in the wild.

Unlike many other malware threats in the past this does not require the user to enter a password.

 How can I check to see if I am infected?
Thanks to John Welch, @bynki on Twitter, we have a quick little AppleScript that will check the two possibly infected files to see if you are infected. If you want to take a peek at the code in the script, feel free to do so.

Note: We have edited the original script to be a little more friendly.

Download FindFlashback

If infection is found
If the script detects an infection you can follow the instructions from F-Secure, but if you are not comfortable using Terminal commands, please do not try and give us a call.

If no infection is found
Run Software Update. Seriously, do NOT skip this step.

If you have any questions give us a call and we would be glad to help.