My mid-2010 MacBook Pro has been behaving perfectly, except for a few occasions when I might have imagined that it took a bit longer to open an app or a folder or file. With talk about trojans and all going round, I downloaded recently ClamXav. It has detected and quarantined more than 50 files with a malware identified as "Heuristics.Phishing.Email.SpoofedDomain" from the inbox of my Gmail account. All the mails were from two banks. There were other mails also from the same banks, but were not picked up by the antivirus software. What should I do?
What should I do?
Nothing. That's not malware. It may or may not be phishing email, in which case you should delete it from within Mail, not with ClamXav.