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Thursday, January 26, 2006

"Blackworm" D-Day approaches

eWeek carries the warning today about "Blackworm"—
The worm, which uses the lure of sexually explicit Kama Sutra photographs to trick e-mail users into executing an attachment, is programmed to deliver the destructive payload on the third day of every month... ...At 5:00 p.m. on Jan 24, more than 700,000 computers had already been infected by the worm, according to a stats counter used by the worm author.
Keep your anti-virus software updated. Do NOT open unexpected email attachments. Do NOT open attachments that you have not MANUALLY scanned with an up-to-date antivirus software. Nuh-uh. Don'tcha do it. Let me try that again: Keep your anti-virus software updated. Do NOT open unexpected email attachments. Do NOT open attachments that you have not MANUALLY scanned with an up-to-date antivirus software. Nuh-uh. Don'tcha do it. Please believe me: "What I say three times is true." Keep your anti-virus software updated. Do NOT open unexpected email attachments. Do NOT open attachments that you have not MANUALLY scanned with an up-to-date antivirus software. Nuh-uh. Don'tcha do it. And last, but not least, "...the ["blackworm's"] payload is capable of completely destroying important documents on an infected machine..." so don't come crying to me if you infect yourself. Nanny-nanny-boo-booed at Customerservant.com and Quietly Making Noise
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