Hi Yesterday I googled for reviews of the new Playstation 3 Slim and came across a site, which looked like having a video-review. But clicking on the player a QuickTimeUpdate.dmg started downloading and mounted automatically. Suddenly the following warning appeared: install.pkg will damage your computer. You should move it to the Trash. install.pkg is on the disk image QuickTimeUpdate.dmg. Safari downloaded this disk image today at 23.25 from redrocktube.com. It contains the OSX.RSPlug.A malware. I booted into Leo and tried the same procedure and got NO warning. Scanning the .dmg with ClamXav I got a warning. So what I am basically trying to say is: 1: I wasn't aware that SL has built in some kind of Antivirus/malware. Were you? 2: Take care - don't feel too secure running a Mac (I still hear lots of people telling lots of other people that there is no reason to fear malware on the Mac platform......) Others say that the only way to get infected on a Mac is if you install the malware yourself (hence you are stupid) - but that is the whole point in trojans: You think that you are installing something useful, but... For my part, I was sceptical about the download, because QT updates doesn't work that way, but had it been named e.g. "videocodec.dmg" I am not sure that I wouldn't have installed it.... Hopefully ClamXav would have caught it!