Virus disguised as BitDefender update

Friday, 21 January 2005, 1:01 PM EST

Anti-virus company BitDefender has warned computer users that a new virus falsely claims to offer security updates from its support team.

Sticy.A spreads via email with a spoofed "from" field of support@bitdefender and urges recipients to copy software to “have more security on your computer”.

By Claire Woffenden at Web user.

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