The note, posted on the TechNet security site on April 3, doesn't
appear to be tied to any specific incident. "From time to time
malicious individuals circulate e-mails that purport to be a Microsoft
Security Bulletin or Patch."
Microsoft provided several clues that a bulletin is bogus:
The entire Microsoft notice, a good resource to forward to all users, is available here:
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