Tricky new malware challenges vendors

Tuesday, 31 October 2006, 12:00 AM EST

A tricky malicious program has become more prevalent in spam, but experts don't know what its creators plan to do with it.

Many vendors are rating the malware -- called "Warezov," "Stration" and "Stratio" -- as a low risk. But they also say that it is tricky to deal with. The malware is a mass-mailing worm that affects machines running Microsoft Corp.'s Windows OS.

At InfoWorld.

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