The case of the non-viral virus

Wednesday, 12 April 2006, 12:28 AM EST

Have you heard the "news"? There's a new virus that attacks both Linux and Windows machines. Thus, once and for all, there is an end to the notion that Linux is somehow immune to the viral infections that plague the Windows world. Or at least so one anti-virus software vendor would have the world believe.

Of course, there are a few caveats behind the headlines. One minor thing is that the alleged virus being trumpeted far and wide by Kaspersky Lab is not really a virus, but rather "proof of concept" code.

At NewsForge.

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