News sources from the VB (Virus Bulletin) Conference 2009 in Geneva reported that cybercriminals were offering $0.43US for each infected Apple's Mac PC that hackers would give them control of. The most recent threat came from "Partnerka", a Russian organized crime group that is a purveyor of spam, spyware and other assorted malware, and crapware.
Partnerka commonly uses scareware tactics in order to get unsuspecting users to download their nasty software. They also set up bogus websites that offer "free" software and/or add-on programs for the Mac. What users end up getting is a variety of malware installed on their PC for hackers to use at their convenience.
If you are using Apple's Mac computers in your office, let your employees know that they are in the crosshairs of the latest hacker attack.