The recently discovered Backdoor for Mac Olyx (Criminals gain control over Mac with BackDoor.Olyx) was used for targeted attacks (or what it appears to be), which is not surprising. As Microsoft pointed out, in addition to malware, the package contains an html page and photos from a Wikipedia page for events dated July 5, 2009, however it appears that all photos relate to one event - July 2009 Ürümqi riots in China.
"Government censors disabled keyword searches for "Urumqi", and blocked access to Facebook and Twitter as well as local alternatives Fanfou and Youku. Chinese news sites mainly fed from Xinhua news service for updates about the rioting in Urumqi, comments features on websites were disabled on some stories to prevent negative posts about the lack of news. Internet connections in Urumqi were reportedly down.Many unauthorized postings on local sites and Google were said to have been "harmonised" by government censors, and emails containing terms related to the riots were blocked or edited to prevent discord."
Perhaps the trojans found in the package Ghostnet backdoor as Backdoor:Win32/Remosh.A. and the new Backdoor:MacOS_X/Olyx.A were destined for a Chinese human rights activist, as he/she would be likely to be interested in this particular event update. In addition, it is known that many of the Gh0stnet targets were human rights activists.