Cyber criminals are now using Windows Update false info to sell security products fake. Anti-malware products on offer is certainly a fake security products, such as the Anti-Malware Defender, as expressed Malware researchers from Webroot, Andrew Brandt. Cyber criminals are now commit fraud by using the dialog box about the information Windows Update, pop-ups and fake anti-virus scanner.
Internet users get an information about the Windows Update and then click the 'Install now' then the user will be directly connected to a link that requires the buyer to buy a license fake security products. One step to avoid this cyber crime, the user can empty the Temp folder on each computer so as not to get stuck with the information from the false security products.