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Detect & remove W32.klez.h & W32.Elkern.c virus
Prevents the spread of e-mail viruses
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The ancient virus engineers a comeback tour, hitting messages already infected by the fast-spreading, chart-topping Klez worm.
CNET News.com's Declan McCullagh explains why convicted virus and worm authors are more likely to do Club Fed than hard time.
Variant of "smart" worm that sleeps to avoid antivirus scans bears signature of hacker who's claimed support for the group.
A new Symantec tool is designed to squelch e-mail notifications that wrongly tell people they've sent e-mail containing a virus. Other security companies are likely to follow suit.
A minor variant of the virus is set to go into action Friday, erasing a host of files on infected hard drives. But the maneuver may backfire.
Not only did companies suffer more virus infections last year, but they had to also spend more--an average of almost $100,000--to cure them, according to a new survey.
The Klez worm is topping lists of the most active viruses for yet another month, although several new pests made strong showings.
Klez.h, the voracious variant of the Klez worm, not only stole the crown for "most widely spread virus" but also accounted for more than 96 percent of all reports of virus attacks in the month of May, Moscow-based antivirus company Kaspersky Labs said on Monday. CIH and Elkern, two other viruses that have been found piggybacking on the Klez virus, have together made up another 1 percent. Data on the Web site of U.K.-based mail service provider MessageLabs indicates that Klez has surpassed SirCam as the most prolific virus. The company has intercepted more than 767,000 copies of SirCam and has caught almost 908,000 copies of Klez.
It's proving to be the No. 1 son of the original Klez virus, leaving its sibling Klez.i in the dust and overtaking SirCam as the most virulent computer virus yet.