Even PDF attachments aren’t safe. If you receive an email from an unknown sender with a PDF attachment, be aware that trying to open it might launch an executable that can inject malware into your system. The attack produces a warning dialogue
Malware/Trojans spreading via emails linking to fake Holiday E-Cards purportedly from “your friend” or your “Online Banking Team”. Christmas, Amazon and Zbot – it’s that time of year again – Sophos.
Make sure your IE has the up-to-date patches (or switch to Firefox) and update to the latest Adobe Flash Potent malware link infects almost 300,000 webpages • The Register. A security researcher has identified a new attack that has infected almost 300,000
Facebook Christmas Worm Spreads Holiday Infection — InformationWeek. PandaLabs, the research arm of anti-malware company Panda Security, says that a variant of the Koobface worm, Koobface.GK, is being spread through the posting of malicious links of Facebook wall pages. Attempting to play