Worm could make Symantec squirm

Monday, 29 May 2006, 12:32 AM EST

Versions of Symantec Corp.'s antivirus business security software contain a flaw that could put millions of computers at risk of a crippling worm attack, Internet experts warned Friday.

Researchers at eEye Digital Security discovered the vulnerability, which they said could allow an attacker to create a worm able to take over a user's computer and destroy critical programs and files.

At CNN.

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