A researcher from zdnet.com was able to duplicate results others’ encountered when being victimized by malware attacks to their Macs. In both of the cases he was advised of, the results showed up via Google Image Search, which is an increasingly common source of malware. He simply did a search for radioactive tsunami waves on Google and then chose an image from the second page of results.
When clicking this image on a PC, it redirected him to a fake AV screen that mimicked a Windows security screen. But when he did the same search on a Mac, clicking the infected image took him to this page:
It tried to convince him to install the program using the same set of social engineering tricks that this sort of attack employs on a Windows PC. It is easy to dismiss this as a crude attempt, and indeed, it’s unlikely that many people are likely to fall for this attack.