Despite Apple releasing two software patches and a removal tool, the Flashback malware is currently still sitting on a large number of Macs. Security company Symantec, which has monitored the situation closely, said today that 140,000 Macs are still infected out of the original 600,000 infected Macs.

You would think that with the large amount of publicity this malware has been getting, fewer Macs would be infected. If you have not downloaded the update to remove the virus, or at least checked to see if your Mac is infected, we encourage you to do so. Check out Symantec’s graph after the break: 

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