Hackers writing zero-day malware to order

Tuesday, 7 February 2006, 3:21 AM EST

Russian security company Kaspersky Lab has discovered a worrying phenomenon in the wake of Microsoft's security gaffe over the .wmf exploit at the end of last year, claiming that hackers are tailoring and selling zero-day malware for specific markets.

At PCW.

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