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Malicious shortcuts: now documents and webpages are risky too

Read more in my article at Naked Security.

Yes, there’s malware. But don’t change your SCADA password, advises Siemens

Read more in my article at Naked Security.

Shortcut zero-day attack code goes public

There exists a vulnerability in versions of Windows which allows a maliciously-crafted Windows shortcut file (.lnk) run a malicious DLL file, simply by being viewed on a USB stick.