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  1. It is almost February and love is in the air, but that doesn't mean you should open every love letter you receive. A large malspam campaign has been discovered that uses romantic and endearing email subjects to trick recipients into getting infected with ransomware, miners, and more. The "Love Letter" campaign consists of emails that contains romantic and endearing subjects such as "Love You" and "This is my love letter to you". Attached to these emails are ZIP attachments such as Love_You_14473721-2019-txt.zip, which contain a JavaScript file with a similar name.
  2. Adware, PUPs, and unwanted extensions are being promoted through sites that pretend to be adult video sites. When a visitor tries to play a video, a fake video player popup will be displayed that states you must download and install an updated media player to see the video. This "media player", though, just installs unwanted programs onto your computer or redirects you to unwanted chrome extensions. These fake sites consist of autogenerated pages based on popular celebrity or adult star keywords so that they can get as many pages as possible into search engines. When a user clicks
  3. Tracking protection, a standard part of Firefox, is getting several improvements in Firefox 63, due out in October. Mozilla is planning improved tracking protection for the October 2018 release of Firefox 63. The update turns tracking protection on by default and also adds protection against cryptomining websites. Enabling tracking protection by default in Firefox 63 is Mozilla's way of bringing it front and center, Bleeping Computer reported, because it's an essential part of internet security that most people don't know about due to its being burie
  4. May i ask you something locoJoe, you said I extracted the contents and found the real Setup.exe along with the miner from CoD MW3, What was the program you used to extract the real setup???? I wil extract a setup.exe but its not working. Greetz
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