Fake Microsoft Patch Tuesday Malware Campaign Spreading

Satheesh C B | Thursday, October 16, 2008 | 1 comments

Malicious attackers are once again taking advantage of event-based social engineering attacks, and are currently mass mailing fake notifications for Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, attaching a copy of Trojan.Backdoor.Haxdoor, next to a legitimately looking PGP signature which is, of course, fake too : “We received some questions from customers about an e-mail that´s circulating that claims to…..[Link: http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/zdnet/security/~3/4...]

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