Bogus Microsoft update hides keylogger Trojan

Thursday, 1 June 2006, 1:42 AM EST

Security experts issued a warning today about a newly intercepted spyware program called DigiKeyGen, which purports to give free access to pornographic Web content, but in fact blackmails unwitting users who have downloaded it.

The program is found on a Web page that allows visitors to download a password generator in order to gain free access to pay-per-view "adult resources."

At CIO Today.

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