Microsoft says don't press F1 unless we tell you so
Since F1 is the universal key for calling “Help files” under any Windows family operating systems, hackers may prepare specially designed software codes asking users to press F1 fur further information.
Seems very risky and phishy. But luckily turnaround of this bug is only effective on Windows XP with Internet Explorer - IE 6, 7 and 8. So, if you are using Vista or fancy Windows 7, you are not at risk. What do all of these mean?
What if you're still using Windows XP with Internet Explorer? Answer is simple. Switch to Firefox or Chrome. And do not press F1 unless Microsoft provides a patch when you need to use Internet Explorer.
Written By fartikansmea