Kama Sutra Worm Hits India, Peru Hardest
The worm set to overwrite important Microsoft and Adobe documents come Friday has struck India five times harder than the U.S., and Peru three times harder, a security company claimed.
According to Chicago-based LURHQ, the worm -- dubbed Kama Sutra, Blackworm, Blackmal, MyWife, Nyxem, and nearly two dozen other names -- India has the infamous honor of topping the list, with nearly 80,000 infected PCs. Peru, which came in second, sports almost 55,000 compromised computers. TechWeb | News | Kama Sutra Worm Hits India, Peru Hardest
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