Opportunism, spam behind new worms

Opportunism, spam behind new worms

A widespread and dangerous Microsoft Corp. Windows vulnerability, spam e-mail messages and human frailty combined in recent weeks to produce...

August 25th, 2003 Paul Roberts

New worm poses as Microsoft patch

New worm poses as Microsoft patch

Antivirus company TruSecure Corp. is warning users about a new e-mail worm that is beginning to spread on the Internet...

July 17th, 2003 Paul Roberts

Fizzer worm may be fizzling

Fizzer worm may be fizzling

Almost a week after it first appeared on the Internet, the Fizzer worm appears to be losing momentum, but experts...

May 14th, 2003 Paul Roberts

E-mail worm exploits SARS anxiety

E-mail worm exploits SARS anxiety

In the latest example of computer virus writers capitalizing on current events, a new e-mail worm uses fears about severe...

April 28th, 2003 Paul Roberts

E-mail worm exploits SARS anxiety

E-mail worm exploits SARS anxiety

In the latest example of computer virus writers capitalizing on current events, a new e-mail worm uses fears about severe...

April 22nd, 2003 Paul Roberts

MS patches developer software infected with Nimda worm

MS patches developer software infected with Nimda worm

Two weeks after beginning shipments of the Korean language version of its new Visual Studio .Net developers software in April,...

June 16th, 2002 Todd R. Weiss

Virus problem grows in 2001

Virus problem grows in 2001

Corporations were hit with a monthly average of 113 virus infections for every 1,000 computers they owned in 2001, according...

March 7th, 2002 Sam Costello

Nimda takes down New Brunswick government

Nimda takes down New Brunswick government

The latest computer worm, Nimda, squirmed its way into government offices in New Brunswick Tuesday, leaving residents attempting to conduct...

September 20th, 2001 Julie Clow

Nimda takes down New Brunswick government

Nimda takes down New Brunswick government

The latest computer worm, Nimda, squirmed its way into government offices in New Brunswick Tuesday, leaving residents attempting to conduct...

September 19th, 2001 Julie Clow