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A dangerous worm that deletes system files vital to the correct functioning of the computer was reported Wednesday by antivirus product vendor Panda Software.
Several Trojan horse viruses were reported making the rounds Tuesday by antivirus vendors.
Antivirus vendor Sophos on Monday reported a backdoor Trojan that allows unauthorized remote access to the computer over a network.
A trio of Internet-based applications for Microsoft Windows appearing on a Web site run by Avenue Media NV is generating a huge amount of email traffic.
A worm that spreads using its own SMTP engine creates copies of itself in the Windows system folder.
Antivirus vendors on Wednesday reported the existence of a worm that uses Windows hidden system shares to spread.
Antivirus vendor Sophos on Tuesday warned about a worm that sets a registry entry to reduce security levels for Microsoft Office.
An email worm reported Monday sends profanity-laced messages to addresses found in a computer's Outlook address book.
A mass-mailing worm that harvests MSN Messenger contact addresses has been deemed a medium risk for home users, but corporate users are at a reduced risk of infection.
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