There’s a new site out for a rogue security product, NanoAntivirus. This looks like it will be a potential replacement (or additional rogue version) of the pernicious Antispyware Pro XP.
Binaries are not active (yet). However, a fake scanner page is already up: scan. antispyware-free-scanner. com/100525/8/ (if you don’t add the 100525/8/, you get the Antivirus XP Pro scan, complete with fake “porn” that’s been “found” on your computer).
However, there are no downloadable binaries. Something to keep an eye on, though.
If you get this Friend Request in MySpace, it’s not a good one.
Here’s the profile page:
However, clicking on the page brings up this oddball page:
Notice the use of a “translate” page on Google. Possible a new redirect type of activity to avoid filters…
The page pushes a Zlob fake codec variant, disguised at a “MySpace Profile Object”.
Thanks to Big R, a security researcher, for this catch.