Software companies are developing plug-ins at a phenomenal rate.To share useful plug-ins that are compatible with Opera, or discuss plug-ins with others, go to the Opera browser forum.
These powerful applets can be embedded in web pages and provide the opportunity to access users across all operating systems, which means the software is a popular attack point for malware authors.
You won’t find these ads on legitimate sites like Netflix and You Tube, but on lower-quality sites — the kind of sites where you can stream pirated videos, for example.
You’ll see some sort of advertisement, pop-up window, or full-page ad trying to get you to download some kind of malware disgused as a codec, video player, or software update.
That was exactly what I thought as well (based on the URL I saw in the "Adobe Flash Player" address bar). Above all, Windows users should treat the update of Adobe Flash Player@ https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ with the utmost priority.
After seeing the File Insight pop up this morning, I decided to submit the file to Norton (from Quarantine). @Saganized: you can enhance your lines of defense by performing the actions below: As for the malicious pipeischool-scout[dot]org, a user, named [email protected] Norton Safe Web (NSW), just posted the same concern here. And, I kindly recommend that you submit that quarantined item to Symantec.