Microsoft support line barely registers Kama Sutra

Monday, 6 February 2006, 2:21 AM EST

Microsoft Corp.'s computer virus support line has been underwhelmed by the Kama Sutra worm.

The widely reported malware was set to overwrite infected users files on Friday, but according to most observers, it did little damage.

At InfoWorld.

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