Trojan broadcasts bogus spyware warning to networked users
Sophos have discovered a new twist in the tactics used by malware to promote controversial anti spyware products.
After infecting a computer, the Troj/PaymiteJ Trojan horse looks for other computers on the network and sends a fake warning message to them claiming that they are infected by spyware. The broadcast message tells recipients to visit a website immediately for a fix.Trojan broadcasts bogus spyware warning to networked users
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