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Taylor Swift’s Image May Contain A Virus

Malware may be hiding inside a Taylor Swift image.

Taylor Swift's Image May Contain A Virus

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Taylor Swift’s Image May Contain A Virus

Malware may be hiding inside a Taylor Swift image.

According to TechDator, a botnet may have hidden malware inside a Taylor Swift image.  

A popular botnet group is currently using the image of Taylor Swift to shield themselves from virus scanners.

The objective of this methodology is to hide and implant malicious code that mines the victim’s resources to earn the cryptocurrency.

Whether it’s Taylor Swift or any other image that is too tempting to click on without inspecting first, always use a virus free browser.


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