Cross-platform Linux-Win32 virus reported
Mass-mailing e-mail worm jumps to the No. 3 spot on F-Secure's virus chart, but poses little risk.
Google releases new versions of its browser after Microsoft Security Essentials antivirus software mistakes Chrome for the nasty Win32/Zbot.
Win32.Induc targets systems running the Delphi development software and spreads by infecting any programs compiled on the machine.
It's hard to say what's more invigorating: getting a free lunch or having your brain washed by Bill Gates. For the cheapskates in the audience, the bliss of free lunch should be apparent. But the joy of a good Microsoft mind meld needs a little explaining. Once the Redmondians finish with you after a symposium on the Win32 API set or a congress on intranet management, the world seems serene and uncomplicated, like the sky on a Windows 95 start-up screen. Contradictions dissolve, tension subsides, and one's face brightens like the Bob logo. Bill is good! Bill is dog! Bill is God!