When Microsoft releases a security update for WindowsXP know that things are bad. Among the best information I’ve read comes from the Avast blog as it’s condensed and concise enough to be downright interesting. What does MS have to say? Well here is their official blog post. Windows 10 users – or those who keep their systems regularly updated – can have little infection worry but could easily be carriers. Have not yet seen details about payload distribution but I would guess it involves some type of social engineering. Stay informed, safe and happy computing!
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