One of the tips that are dispensable in general to prevent your computer of the malware or trojan is to simply not download any attachments you get in emails that you get from sources you don’t know her. However, it may seem these attachments sometimes non-malicious, such as Word files and Excel.
However, it seems that, in accordance with Title VI of the National Security Agency, Mr. Patrick Wardle, has discovered a flaw that lets hackers take over computers to your Mac via a user click twice and open the Microsoft Office file. This hack is working actually on a compilation of several security flaws Linda, one of these gaps include the use of a legacy File Format.
However, as explained by Patrick Wardle, this is not necessarily a breakthrough easy, because it requires the user to log in to the Mac on two separate occasions, where each occasion to a different step in the process, but he thinks that because he can distribute this hack easily, there is a chance that falls a few people in the trap.
The good news is that if you use Microsoft Office on the computer your Mac, it has handled all of Apple and Microsoft since back in the later versions of the system MacOS pack Office For Mac respectively, so make sure you get the later versions if you don’t want to expose yourself to the risk.