Check to see if Spyware process is running: Next you will want to check to see if a process called "PremierOpinion" is running, to do this: * Open Activity Monitor which Don't install dubious screensavers from 7art. So what's the best thing to do? TheLoop describes the spyware behavior as follows: Dubbed “OSX/OpinionSpy,” the spyware does a number of things on the users system including recording user activity and sending information to remote servers. http://cpresourcesllc.com/how-to/stop-spyware.php
The spyware runs as the root user, giving it full system permissions, and opens port 8254 on infected computers. Remember this is pretty rare and only pertains to the list of screensavers/apps above, so the chance of your Mac being infected is slim at best.
Check your Mac for Spyware If you are worried your Mac has been infected by the OSX/OpinionSpy spyware, you can easily check to see if the port 8254 is in use If you have installed any suspect screen savers, check your Mac for this particular spyware infection by seeing if the above mentioned port is being used and to see if the