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The Internet worm "Myparty" poses as a Web-site link
The first virus infecting .NET has been detected
The first malicious program infecting SWF files has been detected Kaspersky Labs, an international data-security software developer, reports the detection of a virus, SWScript.LFM, which is the first malicious program that infects the popular multimedia format, Macromedia Shockwave. Macromedia...
The international computer magazine SC Magazine recommends Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Exchange 2000 Server SC Magazine (www.scmagazine.com), one of the most well respected computer magazines specializing in problems concerning information safety, conducted a test involving Kaspersky Anti-Virus for...
position virus percentage by occurrence 1 I-Worm.BadtransII 40.8% 2 I-Worm.Sircam 15.6% 3 I-Worm.Hybris 6.4% 4 I-Worm.Aliz 3.1% 5 I-Worm.Nimda 2.7% 6 I-Worm.Magistr 2.3% 7 Trojan.PSW.GIP 2.0% 8 I-Worm.Happytime 0.5% 9 JS.Trojan.Seeker 0.4% 10 I-Worm.Klez 0.3%
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In connection with the numerous instances of infection caused by the latest modification of the Internet worm Klez (Klez.e), Kaspersky Lab has developed a free utility for detecting and deleting this malicious program.
Upon starting-up this utility, Kaspersky Lab recommends closing all user applications. After the computer has been rebooted, an anti-virus scanner should be used and all remaining infected files should be deleted.
We also recommend not using e-mail preview options during this epidemic.
You can download the CLRAV utility here.
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