Narrow your search
Protect your Windows XP system from the "MSBlast" worm.
Protect your Windows 2000 computer from the "MSBlast" worm.
Protect your 64-bit Windows XP system from the "MSBlast" worm.
Protect your 64-bit Windows Server 2003 system from the "MSBlast" worm.
Protect your Windows Server 2003 system from the "MSBlast" worm.
Protect your Windows NT 4.0 server from the "MSBlast" worm.
Jeffrey Lee Parson, teen convicted of writing variant of MSBlast worm, won't have to pay restitution to Microsoft.
The computer virus hindered response, acknowledges the Department of Homeland Security's top cybersecurity official.
The 19-year-old faces up to 37 months in prison after admitting to creating the "MSBlast.B" variant.
The worm has infected as many as 100,000 computers in the past 24 hours, but the program's spread has slowed, say security experts.
CNET News.com takes home a national award in deadline reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists for its collection of stories on the August 2003 worm.
The final report task force report on the 2003 outage that darkened New York, Toronto and other areas concludes that computer and human errors, not the virus, are to blame.
CNET News.com has learned that the worm compromised millions of computers, far more than was previously thought.
The software giant releases a worm-removal tool after Internet service providers complained that home users' PCs infected with the malicious program are still causing network congestion.
A program that exploits a software vulnerability Microsoft recently described could spell trouble for companies that haven't quickly patched their systems, security experts say.
It's "highly likely" that new worms will emerge in the next few days, now that source code to exploit a recent Windows flaw has emerged, says a security company.