Effective naming practices of scareware

Kathleen Atkins

How’s this for an impressive product name: “Windows 7 Antivirus Pro 2013”?

Don’t buy it. It’s malware. But if you made that mistake, you can, happily, rescue your machine by following the advice posted by kind souls in the Lounge’s Security & Scams forum.

The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions for which you might have answers:

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Kathleen Atkins

About Kathleen Atkins

Kathleen Atkins is the Windows Secrets associate editor. She's also a freelance writer, editor, and photographer. Prior to joining Windows Secrets, she worked at Microsoft Press.