Sonic: Yet Another Self-Updating Internet - Worm Has Been Discovered "in the wild"
Cambridge, UK, October 30, 2000 - Kaspersky Labs Int., an international anti-virus software-development company, warns users of the discovery of Sonic, a new Internet-worm. This worm was discovered in France and Germany in the morning on 30 October 2000.
A distinctive feature of this malicious...
Microsoft Corporate Network is Hacked. What About Your Network?
Kaspersky Labs Int. comments on the recent virus incident
Cambridge, UK, October 28, 2000 - As disclosed on Friday, the corporate network of Microsoft, the world's largest software developer, was attacked by unknown hackers. The hackers used the QAZ network worm to penetrate into the network. As a...
Beware the PIF!
A Dangerous Monster Can Hide Within Harmless Files
Cambridge, UK, October 25, 2000 - Kaspersky Labs Int., an international anti-virus software development company, considers it necessary to draw users' attention to a threat that programs with a PIF extension can pose to the normal operation of...
Immediate Response to New Viruses: The Kaspersky Labs Int. Golden Rule
The European centre for IT security "Secusys" comments on the rapidity of anti-virus companies' response to new virus attacks
Cambridge, UK, October 13, 2000 - On 10 October, Kaspersky Labs Int. received several reports from France about the discovery of a new modification of the "KakWorm"...
If You've Got Mail...
A study-guide on how to detect a virus hoax yourself
It is difficult to imagine anybody today who does not treat computer viruses as a real threat to a regularly functioning computer system. However, contiguously with the virus spreading has occurred another syndrome, which is not any less dangerous...
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Palm Viruses Palm.Phage
Warning! Virus found "in-the-wild"!
This is an Internet worm spreading in affected e-mails and sending its copies to IRC...