Malware through Facebook and LinkedIn images hijack your PC

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These days protection is never enough, and especially logic but obviously we are not vulcans. So these kind of problems are still today. So for example very interesting malware can attack you if you make a decision because as you maybe all of you know malware doesn’t always attack you through browser.

So researchers at Check Point have discovered ransomware who is attacking users on Facebook are LinkedIn through images. Actually malware is forcing you to download a maliciously coded image file, but it will only hijack your system if you open it. But if you don’t do that nothing will happen. But again if you open it, then your files are encrypted until you pay up.

Below on video you can see what actually is happening, and how this malware works.

Via: Ars Technica

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