In Your Poetic Mind
New virus spreading via faux Microsoft address
Beware of emails that claim to come from the Microsoft support team. They may be worms in disguise. Sophos, the U.K. firm, warned Monday that the worm Palyh or Mankx has begun spreading via a message with the return address email@example.com It’s not a message from the software company, but rather an attached worm that invades the Windows folder and replicates itself through address books. Moscow’s Kaspersky Labs says that Palyh may secretly establish spyware programs as well, although Sophos says those claims are not substantiated. The spread so far has been slow, hitting 69 countries since Saturday, and the worm is slated to expire automatically on May 30.
I Have had several messages regading this, just an FYI-- it seems to be pretty "real"
Through the darkness
I can see your light
And you will always shine
And I can feel your heart in mine
I will remember you