- 31 Oct
Position Virus Percentage by occurrence 1 I-Worm.Sircam 44,9% 2 I-I-Worm.Hybris (Family) 14,6% 3 I-Worm.Anset 5,2% 4 I-Worm.Magistr.a 3,8%...
- 29 Oct
<p>Since "Nimda" was discovered on September 18, 2001 Kaspersky Labs has detected 5 more modifications of this network worm. Some of them have already been seen "in-the-wild" but fortunately none of them has caused an epidemic compared to the original one. Kaspersky Labs recommends users to carefully read the descriptions of the recently discovered Nimda modifications and to download the latest Kaspersky<sup>TM</sup> Anti-Virus database updates to prevent infection. </p>
- 24 Oct
Kaspersky Labs, an international an international data-security software developer announces the detection of a new Internet-worm "Anset" spreading via e-mail and disguising itself as a new version of a German anti-trojan scanner "ANTS". Up to date Kaspersky Labs registered many reports of the worm...
- 22 Oct
This is a worm virus that spreads via the Internet using Microsoft Outlook. The worm appears as an email message with the attached file Kiray.EXE. When the EXE-file is run the worm modify some of the keys in the system registry: HKCR\exefile\shell\open\command\ ""="c:...
- 21 Oct
Kaspersky Labs, an international data-security software developer, announces the appointment of UniDirect as its support and distribution center to service its growing reseller channel in the UK. A world technological leader in anti-virus solutions, Kaspersky Labs intends to continue its worldwide...
- 18 Oct
<i>Kaspersky Labs and Questar sign partnership agreements.</i> <p>Kaspersky Labs, an international data-security software developer, has signed retail and distribution agreements with Questar, an Italian software republishing company, which will enable <a href="http://www.questar.it/" target="new">Questar</a> to sell Kaspersky Labs anti-virus software in the Italian market.</p>
- 17 Oct
<p><i>"Redesi" worm disguises itself as a security patch for Microsoft products</i></p> <p>Kaspersky Labs, an international data-security software developer, reports the detection of a dangerous new Internet-worm "Redesi" that spreads via e-mail and disguises its malicious intentions as a security patch for Microsoft products.</p>
- 16 Oct
Is this just the beginning? Kaspersky Labs, an international data-security software developer, reports that two new Internet worms are making the rounds, trying to spread under the guise of important information about the anthrax virus. It is obvious that malefactor(s) have callously taken advantage...
- 16 Oct
The latest Trojan program goes after WebMoney purses. Kaspersky Labs, an international data-security software developer, announces the detection of the new Trojan, "KWM," which allows malefactors imperceptibly to control infected computers and gain access to the personal payment accounts of WebMoney...
- 14 Oct
SirCam's destructive function is not triggered on October 16, which is just like any other day. According to announcements made by a number of media sources, tomorrow, October 16, a new wave of incidences connected with the widespread, destructive, malicious Internet worm "SirCam" is supposed to...