Scareware Tactics for ASP.NET

Symantec reports a new "scareware" that is circulating. In trying to leverage the recent publicly published ASP.NET vulnerability, the scam attempts to send an infected users a warning from a faked Microsoft Security Essentials. Click on the repair and pow, malicious installer is executed on your computer.

Scammers use the recent .NET Framework vulnerability to falsly infect your system

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