Security firms laugh at 'unstoppable Trojan' claims

Thursday, 1 March 2007, 12:08 PM EST

Security firms have laughed off claims from Secure Computing that a new Trojan can evade traditional antivirus systems. Secure Computing's TrustedSource labs issued an urgent alert last night that the 'Mespam' Trojan was on the loose and that ordinary antivirus software would not be able to stop it.

"This threat signifies a trend towards blog, message boards and webmail-related malware," the alert warned.

At vnunet.

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