Sophos announced the attack of a new malware wherein disguised as Adobe's InDesign desktop publishing software licensed key. Security firm said, hackers have spammed out emails with the attachement of the said license key for InDesign.

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Sophos said in a blog post, "Their intention? To infect your Windows computer with malware. The emails pretend to come from Adobe, in a noxious campaign which bears many similarities to the fake Adobe Acrobat Reader updates spammed out yesterday."

The new malware detected by Sophos as the Troj/Bredo-MY Trojan horse.

Meanwhile, Sophos warned users do not just email unknown people unsolicited attachments out of the blue.

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