oaoa.com Coupled with the Microsoft update on Tuesday, Oct 9, 2018, I saw a suspicious Adobe Flash update message while surfing MSN.com and links using Google Chrome. McAfee also popped up telling me it had quarantined some suspicious files. I am not sure where I Question: Have you heard anything about malware introduced in a fake Adobe Flash update and how to detect and remove it? Here’s an article discussing it: TinyURL.com/IGTM-0593 was surfing when I noticed this but was already experiencing CPU and 100% disk usage which I attributed to the Microsoft update that was in progress. After Windows prompted me for a reboot, which I allowed, the CPU usage and disk performance seemed to go back to normal. Since Tuesday I have experienced an occasional sluggish response and higher than normal CPU utilization.

Question: Have you heard anything about malware introduced in a fake Adobe Flash update and how to detect and remove it? Here’s an article discussing it: TinyURL.com/IGTM-0593

GEEK: Fake Adobe Flash update becoming commonplace – Odessa American: Geek To Me

GEEK: Fake Adobe Flash update becoming commonplace – Odessa American: Geek To Me