WEAPON CF cameras ship with the latest released DSMC2 firmware.
Before upgrading, go to the Release History page and review the release notes for information on compatibility and roll back restrictions.
The virus was discovered yesterday afternoon by Mc Afee, and there is no chance of repair for this type of virus.
In the coming days be aware: do not open any message containing an attached file called “Windows Live Update” regardless of who you send. This virus comes from a known person who has your address list.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.
For our customers' protection, Apple doesn't disclose, discuss, or confirm security issues until an investigation has occurred and patches or releases are available. For more information about security, see the Apple Product Security page.
Passed on from a friend This September 2012 warning about messages bearing attachments entitled “Windows Live Update” or “Archive (Windows Live)” that harbor a computer virus which will “burn your whole hard drive” if activated is nothing but a recycling of an old hoax that has been circulating in various languages since at least as far back as the year 2000.Bogus posts that warn users to beware of highly destructive viruses have been making the rounds for quite some time on social media websites.Hoax Slayer has identified two new variants that are currently circulating online.The hoax messages inform internauts that a dangerous virus that destroys the “sector zero” of the hard disk is being spread via email, disguised as an attachment called “Archive (Windows Live)” or “ Windows Live Update.” The posts say that even CNN has warned users about the nasty pieces of malware.It’s true that cybercriminals have often leveraged the name of the Windows Live service to spread malware, but the hoaxes are highly inaccurate and only create unnecessary panic.