Kama Sutra Virus a Dud So Far
Reports indicate that damage from the Kama Sutra virus appears to be minimal thus far, however at least one security firm warned that the real results from the worm may not be known until later in the weekend.
The virus, which is also known as "Nyxem," "MyWife" and "Tearec," compromises files and was designed to activate on Friday, February 3. It will attempt to stop antivirus software and delete all Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, ZIP, RAR and PDF files from a user's PC. BetaNews | Kama Sutra Virus a Dud So Far
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