A gray hat replacing the Locky ransomware payload with a PSA, Windows 10 to double the number of ads after the Anniversary Update, and Quaker Oats threatening to sue actual Quakers for trademark infringement are some of the varied bits and bytes that caught my attention today.New Locky ransomware PSAThe command and control servers for Locky ransomware were previously hacked to show a \u201cStupid Locky\u201d message instead of locking a victim\u2019s machine, but F-Secure researcher Sean Sullivan discovered \u201ca similar grey hat hack\u201d that delivers a PSA to would-be Locky victims.Reddit Technology to warn users about ad-blocking sites, Windows 10 to double adsEven as mods for the subreddit Technology plan to start marking submissions to sites that require readers to disable ad-blockers with an \u201cAdBlock WARNING,\u201d Microsoft is going to double the number of ads in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.Ads is not the term Microsoft used at the WinHEC 2016 conference (pdf); instead, Microsoft said it would change the number of \u201cpromoted apps\u201d in the Start menu from five to 10. Just what you wanted, more ads to attempt to push you to the Windows Store. Another slide indicated the apps can be uninstalled.Don't click on the X on Windows 10 upgrade noticeSpeaking of Windows, if you don\u2019t have and don\u2019t want Windows 10 and Windows 10 gets scheduled as a sneaky Update, forget everything you know about closing programs and do not click on the red X. Gregg Keizer explained:Be careful about clicking on diet linksSpeaking of being careful about what you click, it\u2019s nearly time to whip out the itsy-bitsy tiny-weeny bikini\u2014or whatever the male equivalent is to that. If that puts you in a panic and sends you searching online for a diet, then you might want to pay attention to a new Intel Security study, \u201cOnline Security Diet: You Are What You Click.\u201dIt\u2019s truly sad how many of the surveyed 746 dudes and 756 chicks would click on a link about a diet program\u2014even realizing it might lead to malware\u2014and then give out their email address and full name with the hope of obtaining a discount or use of a service to help them reach their desired bikini weight. More information can be found in a blog post by McAfee\u2019s Gary Davis.Quaker Oats wanted to sue Quakers for trademark infringementThis last bit is for fun because it amused me.Apparently Quaker Oats is not busy enough handling the lawsuit disputing its \u201c100% natural\u201d claim, or busy enough recalling Quaker Quinoa Granola Bars \u201cdue to a possible health risk,\u201d or busy putting out PR fires about rejecting an 80-year-old man\u2019s recipe for a contest because it was handwritten. Now Quaker Oats is trying to sue actual Quakers for infringing on the company\u2019s trademark.The notice \u201cQuaker Oats threatens to sue us\u201d was posted on the Orange County Friends Meeting, which is a religious society of Quakers. Quaker Oats objects to the business name \u201cQuaker Oats Christmas Tree Farm\u201d and demanded the Quakers immediately stop all use of the \u201cQuaker Oats name\u201d because it says using the trademark is misleading.The attorney for Quaker Oats was so enthusiastic about suing that she failed to notice the farm\u2019s name was actually Quaker Oaks.The best part, to me at least, is the Quakers\u2019 response. It\u2019s doubtful the Quakers could counter-sue Quaker Oats for choosing to associate its products with the Quaker faith, but I was amused by how politely and pointedly the Quakers responded.