Simpsons: A School Age "Trojan"
Much Ado About Nothing
Cambridge, UK, June 29, 2000 - "Simpsons" is a primitive Trojan horse BAT-program written in DOS command language. It has been reported "in-the-wild" and is intentionally distributed via e-mail by some malevolent person. The Trojan appears as an executable file named...
Computer Viruses in Home Appliances and Mobile Phones:
Is It Possible to Fight against Them?
Cambridge, UK, June 28, 2000 - Recently the problem of anti-virus protection for computerised home appliances, mobile phones, and handheld computing devices has become one of the most discussed topics in the computer press, At IT conferences, and among IT specialists throughout the world. The...
Rainy Summer 2000 is Fertile Ground for Internet Worm Reproduction
Kaspersky Labs Int., the Russian leader in the development of anti-virus safety systems, reports the detection of the latest Internet worm "in the wild" known as "I-Worm.Scrapworm (VBS/Stages)", spreading itself basically via e-mail with the help of MS Outlook. In addition to this, the current...
That Was the Week That Was!
Kaspersky Lab̉s prediction came true!
Back in 1998, the last week of October brought a real surprise in the computer world. Kaspersky Labs Int. anti-virus research team detected "WinScript.Rabbit" - a computer virus using new methods of contamination and infecting Windows scripts (programs written...
TIMOFONICA Virus: Questions and Answers
How the Virus Attacks Mobile Phones?
What is Timofonica?
What is SMS-Messages and SMS-Gate?
Is it Possible for this Virus to Infect My Mobile Phone.
How Big of a Problem are Wireless Viruses for Wireless Operators?
Is this Related to the ILoveYou Virus?
What Can Users Do if Their Phones Get...
Hello! Who's speaking? - The Virus!
Kaspersky Labs Int. reports the appearance of a new virus "I-Worm.Timofonica," which spams MOBILE PHONES.
Cambridge, UK, June 6, 2000 - Kaspersky Labs Int., a fast-growing international anti-virus software development company, announces the discovery of a new Internet worm, "Timofonica," which...