The Commoner's Virus
Klez comes ever in the rearward of fashion. Repeatedly dubbed the most common virus ever in recent reports from on-line newsmongers, it has yet to break into print in any interesting way.
A box of news clippings near my desk, most taken from the front pages of daily newspapers, proclaim the arrival of Melissa, Loveletter, Code Red, Nimda and even Kournikova. However, nothing for Klez or its equally press-shy older brother, SirCam.
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- News: Klez worm hits US State Department (23 May 2002)
- News: Klez worm refuses to die (20 May 2002)
- News: Information on Klez and its removal (13 May 2002)
- News: Chernobyl virus hitches a ride (7 May 2002)
- Virus: I-Worm.Klez.a-h (Klez Family) (4 May 2002)
- News: Klez: Don't Believe 'From' Line (1 May 2002)
- News: Worms: who's the deadliest of them all? (30 April 2002)
- News: Klez worm could compromise sensitive data (25 April 2002)
- News: Why the Klez worm just won't go away (24 April 2002)
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