Suspicious Windows Update

This windows update is 'Important' and is under categorize under Windows 7 Language Packs (1). I  have Windows 7 Professional. I've seen other people post it on other forums.

The name is:
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Download size: 4.3 MB

You may need to restart your computer for this update to take effect.

Update type: Important

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More information:
https://hckSLpGtvi.PguhWDz.fuVOl.gov
https://jNt.JFnFA.Jigf.xnzMQAFnZ.edu

Help and Support:
https://IIKaR.ktBDARxd.plepVV.PGetGeG.lfIYQIHCN.mil


It was published today. Anyone have any idea what this is?
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
No, and neither does anybody else.  DO NOT install this.  

Looks like Microsoft has some issues.

Keep an eye on the news lines for more information.  It should be coming soon.
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JohnnyBCJAuthor Commented:
I've been searching online every so often for more information about it but nothing has changed other than more people posting about it.
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
Yes, note the .gov, .edu, and .mil links.
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JohnnyBCJAuthor Commented:
The Government, Education and military links definitely makes it very suspicious.
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
Keeping an eye on Slashdot.org for the latest.  Any news should show up there first.
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
i had the same thing on an older notebook i was running updates on about 2 hours ago; appeared also under language packs
i installed some IE and .net updates first and after a reboot, that update was gone
must have been some fluke; language packs are only available in enterprise and ultimate editions and this system is pro
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Gabriel CliftonNet AdminCommented:
Hopefully it was a Microsoft mistake, or a Microsoft was compromised for a short time as opposed to other people's wsus / computer being compromised. I have scoured my WSUS and do not see any sign of it and I see a few postings that it has disappeared for some people.
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
I forgot that the language packs are only on Enterprise and Ultimate editions.   Thanks for the reminder.
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JohnnyBCJAuthor Commented:
The update has disappeared when I checked for updates again. I'm assuming at this point it's a Microsoft glitch or Microsoft fixed the problem on hand.

Maybe the language update shouldn't of been sent to Windows 7 pro computers and that's what caused the headache. This makes me wonder what other things that "shouldn't" happen but "could" happen.
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
Shouldn't but could?  If it wasn't for those 3 words we'd all be out of jobs.
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Gabriel CliftonNet AdminCommented:
Ha, if I did not have to explain that should not is not the same as will not....

"Yes, I have tested X on 40+ computers and it should not have a problem."
Problem arose on computer 162
"I thought you said there are no problems with X"

............
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William FulksSystems Analyst & WebmasterCommented:
You might have some kind of malware disguised as Windows Update on your PC. I'd do a full Malwarebytes scan just to be safe. If you have any antivirus software, run a full scan with it as well.
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JohnnyBCJAuthor Commented:
Always better to be safe than sorry! Thanks for the help Experts!
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