Neither tablet I own has received the latest Windows 10 Creators Update, but my primary server which runs on the Zotac Nano Ci323 did get the update late this afternoon. It took forever to run and all appeared well.
However after the final restart all hell broke loose. The last restart causes the Edge browser to pop up and show you the cool new features, but alas once I clicked on one of the links, I was greeted with the very same web site claiming to be Microsoft support and indicating that I needed to call or the system would be shut down.
Now this was exactly the same sort of message that was being sent out on the primary server after it was hacked. That hack was fixed about a week ago, but my only guess is that I may have used the Edge browser when checking the server out. Perhaps it was in the cache/temporary files.
I did the usual, scan with Defender, ran Malwarebytes and found nothing. Of course before doing the aforementioned I had already cleared the cache in Edge so perhaps that was all that was necessary, but it certainly was disturbing. The site producing the warning showed up as search.hub.
Last note here, this didn’t affect any of my web sites since they run in a Virtual Machine on Linux and were not on when the update ran.
I will post more if I find anything new. That is all for now,
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