Trojan horse lurks in World Cup e-mail

Friday, 5 May 2006, 1:37 AM EST

German fans have been complaining for sometime about a bug in their underperforming national soccer team ahead of the World Cup soccer tournament, which begins next month in the country. Now they're having to worry about a bug of a different kind, a Trojan horse, which is masquerading in a downloadable tournament game plan.

At InfoWorld.

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