It has come to my attention that a nasty virus is circulating masquerading as an e-mail from Logmein. I got this e-mail late last night from a flowerSoft user.
This is from a VERY computer savvy flowerSoft user. So if she fell for it, you might also.
So I need to admit to allowing the Win32/zbot virus onto the server. It came in a phishing email supposedly from logmein.
It was bad. Microsoft Security Essentials found it but couldn’t delete it. We finally had success with Kapersky tsdkiller.
All systems seem to be running fine now.
Since all your florists are using logmein you might want to post a warning on the blog. I opened the email on Wednesday but didn’t see problems until today. Hopefully no one else was a sucker like me. I am so embarrassed, I can usually spot those……
Since a lot of you use Logmein, you might think this is a legitimate e-mail.
Here are the details:
Subject: Your LogMeIn digital certificate has expired!
Dear LogMeIn customer,
This notification has been emailed to you because your LogMeIn.com SSL certificate has expired. To continue using the LogMeIn services, you are required to update your digital certificate. A new certificate has been generated for you.
The new LogMeIn SSL certificate can be downloaded from :
https ://secure.logmein.com/download.asp&cert_id=039 20092&userid=849501&type=SSL_Cert
According to our Terms and Conditions, failing to renew the SSL certificate will result in account suspension or cancelation: https://secure.logmein.com/policies/termsandconditions.aspx
Thank you for using LogMeIn Software
Copyright © 2003-2014 LogMeIn, Inc. All rights reserved.
If you get this e-mail DO NOT click on the link shown above.
Simply DELETE the e-mail as soon as possible.
So please, if you get this e-mail, delete it as soon as possible.