Foot and mouth disease isn't the only virus experts are finding it difficult to eradicate -- old computer viruses have been springing back to life in recent days, coupled with new attacks. All the recent stories from ZDNet's international network:
NEWSMagistr.B's European focus baffles expertsWednesday 5th September
Magistr.B, a variant on a virus that first appeared in the spring, has attacked Europe with new destructive capabilities. Will the US be next?
SirCam worm still a serious threatWednesday 5th September
Underestimating the SirCam worm could prove very costly, experts warn as the number of cases continues to rise
New Magistr worm: How it worksWednesday 5th September
Magistr.B may evade current antivirus scanners, and can render a computer useless
It's back! New Magistr virus at largeWednesday 5th September
Magistr virus doesn't seem to want to go away - it's back in a destructive new variant, and spreading in Europe
Luscious Lara unleashes IRC wormWednesday 5th September
The first ever computer virus utilising desktop themes has been detected in IRC chatrooms
New email worm attacks OutlookTuesday 4th September
The Apost worm, which arrives with a message asking people to review a file, is unlikely to reach the same scale of SirCam and Magistr
Code Red is here to stayFriday 24th August
Code Red will be around 'forever', warns the security expert who has detected a new variation of the Code Red II worm
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