It was not so long since Apple released Java security update that removes most common variants of the Flashback malware which was available with software update, and now here comes SabPub; the new Mac OS X trojan.
Kaspersky Lab security researcher, Costin Raiu has discovered another another Mac OS X Trojan called Backdoor.OSX.SabPub.a or SubPub. Raiu reported that the malware seems to be spreading through Word documents that exploit the CVE-2009-0563 vulnerability which are related to a stack-based buffer overflow in Office on the Mac.
It was also reported that the SabPub Trojan is a custom OS X backdoor and have been designed for use in targeted attacks. If SabPub was activated on an infected system,it connects to a remote web site and taking screenshot of Mac’s user executing commands.
Currently there is no fixes update from Apple.