We have received emails from end-users concerned that we’re “not getting “W32.Sinnaka.A@mm”.

Here’s one such email from a user:

Contact name: (masked)
Contact email: (masked)

Spyware was found here:
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Brief description of spyware:

Microsoft Security Center is reporting the following spyware that your software is not picking up:

W32.Sinnaka.A @mm


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There are also forum posts such as this one.

Of course, this is utter nonsense. It’s coming from bogus security sites like syserrors(dot)com, warningmessage(dot)com, and security2k(dot)net, trying to foist off rogue security software:

Fakesecurity1afasdfasdf

Fak34aadfadfasdf

Fake1234asdfasdf

Be wary of these sites.

Alex Eckelberry
(Thanks Adam Thomas, Patrick Jordan from the Sunbelt Spyware Research Team)