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W32.Sobig.F@mm Removal Tool

W32.Sobig.F@mm is a mass-mailing, network-aware worm that sends itself to all the email addresses it finds in the files that have the...

August 21, 2003 by Symantec

Stuxnet: A possible attack scenario

Symantec security researcher Liam O Murchu posits a possible Stuxnet worm attack scenario. His speculation is driven by the technical features of the sophisticated malware threat.

October 1, 2010 by

Storm worm evolution continues

The Storm worm is now more streamline and stable after malware authors ditched some key functions from the malicious code, according to researchers from Symantec.

November 4, 2007 by

OpenOffice worm hits Mac, Linux and Windows

update Malware targeting OpenOffice documents is spreading through multiple operating systems including Mac OS, Windows and Linux, according to Symantec.According to the Symantec Security Response Web site, the worm is capable of infecting multiple operating system platforms and is spreading.

June 7, 2007 by

Worm spreads through Symantec AV hole

A worm which scans for various Windows and Symantec AV vulnerabilities spread with though a limited number of Universities in the US and Australia.  Although these vulnerabilities were patched by Microsoft and Symantec, the worm probed for vulnerability on port 2967 looking for a Symantec anti-virus client vulnerability found in May of 2006.

November 28, 2006 by

Symantec critiques Vista security

Symantec researchers question Windows Vista security, a sales pitch in disguise? Also, rootkits get better at hiding, MySpace users hit by flash worm, Oracle patches and AOL security software.

July 21, 2006 by

Australian hacker activity on the rise

An Internet Security Report released by anti-virus vendor Symantec has revealed that Australia has joined the ranks of international hacker sources.Ranked 5th amongst the top originating countries, excluding worm-type strikes, Australia was the only new entry to the ranks tabled from hacker activity in the six months from July to December 2003.

March 15, 2004 by

Yahoo flooded by MyDoom, blocks e-mails

Yahoo has announced it will reject messages with certain subject lines to combat delays incurred due to the MyDoom virus. In an advisory to Yahoo Groups members, the company said it would be rejecting e-mails based on a Symantec security advisory on the MyDoom worm.

January 28, 2004 by

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