Wow Password Trojan: Norton Anti-Virus Update

Everyone who owns Symantec Norton Anti-Virus, please, make sure to download and install the latest update of your software.  The new update, as of August 1, detects a new trojan that attempts to steal your World of Warcraft Account Password.  Among the consequences of a security breach of your computer, your World of Warcraft account could be perma-banned by Blizzard if the trojan creator caused mayhem with your account by violating any EULA or Terms of Use; your items and gold may disappear; and/or your credit card number(Partially—first 4 numbers and last 4 numbers) and personal info like home address and phone number may be in jeopardy as well.  You may visit Symantec website to see the new Trojan definition concerning
World of Warcraft Password Trojan

“PWSteal.Wowcraft is a password-stealing Trojan horse that attempts to steal the password to the “World of Warcraft” game and send it to the creator of the Trojan. “

We recommend players to read the Removal Instructions on their website to following directions on how to disable System Restore(Windows ME/XP) before running Norton Anti-Virus.
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