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Don't download this Windows 10 update – it's packed with ransomware By Anthony Spadafora 13 hours ago Computing If you get an email claiming to be from Microsoft about a Windows update, don't open it Security researchers from Trustwave's SpiderLabs have discovered a new malicious campaign which spoofs urgent update emails from Microsoft to infect user's systems with the Cyborg ransomware. Targeted users first receive an email with either the subject line 'Install Latest Microsoft Windows Update now!' or 'Critical Microsoft Windows Update!' which is already suspicious as Microsoft pushes Windows updates through its operating system and never through emails. The email itself contains just one line of text which reads: “Please install the latest critical update from Microsoft attached to this email”. While the fake update attachment has “.jpg” file extension, it is actually not a picture but instead is an executable file. This executable file is a malicious .NET download that the attackers have designed to deliver malware to the infected system.
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Church Decorating Christmas Decorating Saturday 21st December 10.30am
Don't download this Windows 10 update – it's packed with ransomware By Anthony Spadafora 13 hours ago Computing If you get an email claiming to be from Microsoft about a Windows update, don't open it Security researchers from Trustwave's SpiderLabs have discovered a new malicious campaign which spoofs urgent update emails from Microsoft to infect user's systems with the Cyborg ransomware. Targeted users first receive an email with either the subject line 'Install Latest Microsoft Windows Update now!' or 'Critical Microsoft Windows Update!' which is already suspicious as Microsoft pushes Windows updates through its operating system and never through emails. The email itself contains just one line of text which reads: “Please install the latest critical update from Microsoft attached to this email”. While the fake update attachment has “.jpg” file extension, it is actually not a picture but instead is an executable file. This executable file is a malicious .NET download that the attackers have designed to deliver malware to the infected system.
Village Hall Film Friday 6th at 7pm
Minutes of November Parish Council Meeting. Click Here