Worms part of IT diet

Thursday, 6 May 2004, 4:30 AM EST

Some security experts believe that it's only a matter of time before a "superworm" is unleashed. Others have brushed it aside as mere myth.

Then there are those who say such talk is an attempt by antivirus and security software companies to instill fear in home and enterprise users.

It's impossible to predict what lurks in cyberspace but there has been sufficient evidence and warning signs for the corporate sector, especially, to wake up and smell the patches.

By Fran Foo at ZDNet.

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