Google accidentally sends out Kama Sutra worm

Thursday, 9 November 2006, 9:59 AM EST

Google Inc. accidentally sent out e-mail containing a mass mailing worm to about 50,000 members of an e-mail discussion list focused on its Google Video Blog, the company said Tuesday.

"On Tuesday evening, three posts were made to the Google Video Blog-group that should not have been posted," Google said in a statement, posted late Tuesday night.

At Computerworld.

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