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 box, but users are accustomed to seeing, and ignoring, those in many situations….
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 webpages with links that direct visitors to a potent cocktail of malicious exploits….
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 the video or to click on the links on the page leads to…