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    Angry F-Secure: "Fake Adobe Flash Player Site"

    One of our Web Security Analysts came across a website (118,000 ranking in Alexa) that drives users into installing a fake Adobe Flash Player file. The site prompts a message requesting the user download "a new version of Adobe Flash Player" in order to view a video on the site.



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    Fake Adobe Flash Player Site - F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab







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    i faced such messages many times but i never continue because i always keep all my softwares and plugins up to date...

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    thanx for attention... Windows Vista and Windows 7 Users, turn on your UAC.

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    Earlier I listen that a Anti-Virus come with the name of F-Secure, am i right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rahul964 View Post
    Earlier I listen that a Anti-Virus come with the name of F-Secure, am i right?
    Yes, F-secure is also the source of the news I posted
    Once F-Secure used Kaspersky engine
    Last edited by leofelix; 17th May 2009 at 16:59.

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