Attention! Norton Update Center is announced to be vulnerable for cross-site scripting, redirects and html injections!

Hackers, who only seek to redirect PC users into their download websites, infect computers with malware, adware or spyware and finally rip people off, have been noticed to be using Norton Update Center vulnerability.

Firstly, victims get suspiciously looking emails from Norton where people are asked paying for some kind of extended subscription. The sad news is that if fallen into this, PC users instead of paying for Norton give their money and financial details for scammers.

Be careful if you have already received such e-mail from Norton asking you to subscribe something.

Source: security-sh3ll.blogspot.com


  • Vickie Cogan

    HOW DO I GET THE POP UP TO STOP SHOWING UP ON MY SCREEN EVERY 5MIN ? I “DO NOT WANT TO SUBSCRIBE TO IT” THE POP UP SAYS WE HAVE FOUND PROBLEMS,AND THEN ANOTHER ONE COMES UP RIGHT AFTER THAT AND TELLS ME TO SCAN AGAIN OR FIX PROBLEMS.I DO NOT KNOW HOW IT GOT THERE AND DO NOT CARE I WANT IT TO STOP POPPING UP.I HAVE NORTON AND PAY GOOD MONEY FOR IT AND THAT IS ALL I NEED.

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