Bing gives lessons to break Office 2019

Χρησιμοποιήστε την μηχανή Bing της Microsoft και αναζητήστε links για να κατεβάσετε το Office 2019. Τα they will surprise you. The Bing search engine will return you a site that gives tutorials on how to hack Office.

This happens every time users search for the term "office 2019 download" on Bing. The result is a Bing search card that shows you the steps you need to take to make your own Office without buying it.

The crackfullpc website shows a step-by-step guide on how and installing a "cracked" version of Office

The page suggests downloading and installing uTorrent, a well-known file download application . Στη συνέχεια, ζητάει από τους χρήστες να κατεβάσουν ένα αρχείο torrent που περιέχει μια πειρατική έκδοση του Office 2019. Μετά τη λήψη, η σελίδα καθοδηγεί το κοινό στην εγκατάσταση της πειρατικής έκδοσης και την της με ένα crack.

Let's say that until now the domain in which these files are located (dinthatharronhad) does not appear malicious in VirusTotal.

Earlier in 2018, Bing in the search term "Google Chrome" featured in the search results a fake Google Chrome download page that offered a trojanized browser version.
The current achievement of the company through Bing has been identified by Dutch security researcher Jeroen Frijters, who he published his findings on Twitter.

The tweet will probably wake up Microsoft staff and interfere with and clear Bing search results in the next few hours, just as they did with the malicious Google Chrome download page.

Updated: As can be seen, Microsoft staff corrected search results but forgot to change links to videos:

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