Hackers issue own 'patch' to infected computers

Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 3:40 AM EST

The gang of virus writers behind the virulent Bagle family of worms actually has issued a patch to its malicious code.

This past Sunday, computers infected with several different variants of the Bagle worm began downloading an updated version - a new spam tool used by hackers to send out unwanted bulk email.

At eSecurityPlanet.

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