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OS X uses launchd to control system and user services. The launchctl command connects with launchd to inspect and manage daemons, agents and XPC services. See man launchctl and man launchd. There are places where you can look for suspicious files. Applications install valid services. Malware may have installed a malicious agent or service. Look for unusual ...


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Well I finally figured it out: It's because of the etc/hosts file. The very first entry is what Resource Monitor recognizes as the hostname: 127.0.0.1 novastor.com # ... 127.0.0.1 localhost Weird.



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