It’s easy to get an “older sister” bit of malware on your computer – even if you don’t want one. Just practice a little “unsafe computing” with four easy steps as outlined by AVAST Virus Lab analyst Michal Krejdl in his recent blog post. As he put it: “She’s a little bit binary, but nobody has a perfect sister, hmm?”
To pick up your own “older sister”, just do the following: Read more…
Have you ever heard about the Morphex PE32 Loader? You are certainly not alone. Even the mighty “Uncle Google” can’t find the proper results:
But … it definitely does exist.
Even if this is an “unknown” name, you should be concerned. Morphex PE32 Loader is supporting the most successful and fastest growing AutoRun worm of 2011.
A normal part of using a computer is seeing the “Removable Device Inserted” announcement when plugging in a memory stick.
This is AutoRun, a really useful tool built into Microsoft operating systems. In addition to helping people pick the application for opening the new files, it is also a very common way of spreading malware. Did you know that AutoRun is a way for spreading around about two-thirds of current malware?