Microsoft said it has received 70,000 reports this week of a new Trojan disguised as an Adobe Flash Player update that will change your browser’s home page and redirect a Web session to an attacker’s page.
There are several clues something is amiss, namely part of the GUI for the supposed Flash 11 update is written in Turkish, and there is no scroll bar on the EULA.
Microsoft detects the file, which is spreading in emails, as Trojan:Win32/Preflayer.A
. The malware will change the home page on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Yanex to either anasayfada[.]net or heydex[.]com.