A few months ago, we warned you about fake Java updates and suggested that the best thing you could do to protect yourself was to keep all of your software updated.
The Microsoft Malware Protection Center recently posted a list of files names commonly used for malicious purposes. They also warn that file names change so often that you need to exercise caution with all email attachments, especially those you receive from unknown sources or those you receive unexpectedly from known sources. They also encourage you to use extreme caution when accepting file transfers from known or unknown sources.
Do not open files with the following file names:
Get more information about the rise in the exploitation of old PDF vulnerabilities
Thanks Microsoft for your fantastic customer service as usual. So many users have highlighted problems and has anyone from Microsoft responded!!!
lately my laptop keeps dropping wifi connection, i reset IP address etc, im online for a few mintues and again im dropped off. i set my verizon router, off, disconnect pwr supply turn back on same problems. all other devices that are hooked up to wifi are running good
HOW MANY PEOPLE OUT THERE GET CONSTANTLY HIT WITH THE "AW SNAP" CUT OFF? I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO GET RID OF IT.
IE9 on Win 7 takes 15 seconds to open (most of the time). Could this we due to Microsoft Security Essentials "checking" IE9?